Ke’shay Love is an Oakland girl who just plain ol’ loves to sing. Bigger than her love for singing is her love of performing. Her foundation, like many of the greats, is rooted in the church; stirring up the spirit with her booming voice. During adolescence Keshay broke off into dance, putting her sincere passion on pause. Fortunately, when you’re absolutely born to do something, you can never stay on pause for too long.
On her own as a woman, Ke’shay Love started doing background vocals for local bands around the city and people would often ask, “Why aren’t you doing your own stuff?” With persistence and the support of her circle however, Ke’shay Love got in the studio and recorded; eventually leaving the background game for good and breaking out as a star. In 2008 she released an Ep entitled Finally.
The Ke’shay Love sound is a combination of the soul of R&B with the energy of Pop. For her it’s less about the song and more about the show and just one taste of her showmanship affirms her title as an entertainer. She’s also a self proclaimed promoter, who promotes the hell out of herself. She credits her networking with the success of her career, which has allowed her opportunities to do things like open up for John B and Dwele.
Her new album My Story is set to be released at the end of the year. It’s entitled My Story because it’s literally a culmination of her life experiences, but don’t expect to hear any sad male bashing songs. The majority of her songs are about how to love on a man rather than reject him. She’s currently working her new single “Breathless” which can be found on iTunes and Google Play. Her music is all about the empowerment of women and teaching them to find the lesson in every love, in every experience.
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