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New Music: Kay Tunes ( @iamkaytunes ) - Feels Good









Sometimes stars are made, and sometimes. Refreshingly vibrant, eclectic and soulful: you have just been introduced to Kaneik Tune a.k.a Kay.Tunes, last name is no coincidence; she was born to sing. "This is my destiny", says the soulful performer. Born and raised in Richmond, Virginia. Kay.Tunes has been influenced creatively by some of the industries greats, such as: Scott, Mariah Carey, Anita Baker, Phylis, Whitney Houston, and D'Angelo. Kay.Tunes has been captivating stars are born. Jill Hyman, Mary J. Blige, audiences and music pioneers across the country since the age of 13. Kay.Tunes is journeying, maneuvering and exploring all avenues. Innovative and invigorating, this singer, songwriter, and vocal arrangers in demand! She has been commissioned to create songs and composition with such producers as DeMario "Rio" Bridges, the founder of SavantSoundz LLC, working with various artists including, Grammy nominated entertainers such as Raphael Saadiq, Ashanti, P. Diddy, and Christina Aguilera.

In addition to collaborating with Rio, for her upcoming project Kay.Tunes has enlisted music heavyweights to produce her album including: producers Lee Major Kid, who has worked with Jay Z, Young Jeezy, Flo­Rida, Wyclef, Mary J Blidge, and Nas; Theo Edmonds who has worked with Young Berg, and Noreaga; Sound H Productions who has worked with the artist known as Skillz; and Grammy Award winning, multi­-platinum selling producer Gerard Thomas who has worked with great artist like Destiny's Child, Missy Elliott, Ashanti, and Mel B from the Spice Girls.


Moreover, Kay.Tunes is refreshing. She is a breath of fresh air to the industry. She is a gifted artist, who loves the craft of making music. Her passion shows through in her music and is the reason why she is destined to make an impact on Soul/R&B music.





Check out her latest Musical Offering 'Feel Good"

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