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Kay Kay Is Here To Make A Positive Impact! Get To Know The Break-Out Artist.

Kay Kay is an artist who was born and raised in Arkansas. Kay Kay’s genre is Rap/HipHop and you can feel the truth behind Kay Kay’s lyrics. Her biggest motivation is her grandmother, who she call’s Nana. Kay Kay recently dropped “Like KayKay”, A Like Mike Recreation is out now on YouTube. Get to know Kay Kay below!

What inspired your artist name? And where did you get the name from?

Kay Kay was my nickname growing up. Since my name Kayla, I just took the la part off. My mom used to say it supposed to just be two K’s because your nickname supposed to be shorter than your actual name, but I didn’t like the way the two K’s looked. Kay it is.

Who/what inspires your sound/music? 

Movies and TV inspire my music. I watch a movie, notice a dope scene from that movie and then figure out how can I put that into a music video. As I’m thinking visually, I already have an idea of the kind of song I want and/or the topic for the lyrics. Once I figure that out, I pick out a beat and go from there. Sometimes I may just listen to beat pack I had a producer send over, find which beat I like the most then hit my brother up and we go from there.

Who are the top 3 artists that you currently look up to? 

I wouldn’t say I look up to them, but that I listen to mostly are Kevin Gates, Roddy Ricch, and J Cole. Kevin Gates can do no wrong in my eyes. Every song from ” Satellites” to “RBS Into” is felt. You can feel every emotion and energy through his music. Roddy Ricch sound is hard. Rap now is more like singing rap, but Roddy Ricch singing/rapping doesn’t sound like anyone else’s if that makes sense. I been keeping up with J Cole since his mixtape “The Warm-up.” He’s pretty relatable honestly.  Also, BPace is dope to me only because he is a film director and artist as well.

What are your goals when it comes to your music career?

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I want to best creator of all time. When I drop a song, I want people to know the video is going to look like mini movie and vice versa. I drop a mini movie and people going to know the song is worth listening to just off the quality of the video. I also want to actually want not just the United States to know who I am; I want the whole world to know.

What impact are you looking to make with your music?

I want to make a positive impact. It’s so much wild and crazy shit that goes on consistently in the world and I want my music to bring just a little joy for those moments. Let people know you can make the best of your worst situation and you’re not the only person going through something.  I also want to impact people with disabilities. I was born with a disability, but I didn’t let that become a setback. I learn to adjust and keep pushing.

Are you an independent artist or currently signed to a major label?

Independent Artist.

Have you collaborated or are you currently collaborating with any special artists, music producers, writers, etc.?

Right now, I am working with a producer by name of Perspectiv3. We are working on some content right now to line up and drop.

Instagram: MOBKayKay

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YouTube Channel: RayneDrop Productions

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