KayBe is a multi-talented artist known for her soulful voice, songwriting skills, and piano playing abilities. After a successful 2018 of releasing 9 singles and 3 music videos, she entered 2019 and captivated her fans with her heartwarming country ballad, "Sweet Love of Mine” which debuted the new Americana/Pop era of KayBe.  The raw and organic nature of the production showcases her powerful, yet angelic vocals, which have been highly praised by both new listeners and long-time fans.  Following the highly successful “Sweet Love of Mine” reaching over 75K streams across multiple platforms, she released the power ballad and video “I Fall in Love” which is a love song for the ages.  KayBe has continued releasing music including 2 Christmas EP’s showcasing her raw vocal talent against the stripped piano production.

     Despite a 10-year battle with Whooping Cough that temporarily damaged her vocal cords, KayBe refused to be silenced and began songwriting. With determination and dedication, she nursed her voice back to health and now sings with an even greater range, strength, and conviction. In addition to overcoming this health challenge, KayBe also battles rare autoimmune flare ups on her voice, yet she continues to heal and inspire others with her positive demeanor and passion for life.

     Her latest release, “Dreamer," has received overwhelmingly positive reviews from her fans and across media platforms and is a powerful embodiment of her evolution as a vocalist and artist. KayBe has live performances and showcases planned across the East Coast to share her music and promote her upcoming single releases and Sophomore EP titled after her successful single, “Dreamer.” She is a true testament to the power of perseverance and the beauty that can come from adversity.




KayBe Covering "Call Me Maybe/Teenage Dream Mashup"

KayBe Covering “Havana”

KayBe Covering “Landslide”

KayBe Covering "Everyday"

KayBe Covering “Love On the Brain”

KayBe Covering "Something Just Like This"

KayBe Performing Her Original “Turn Me On Like a Radio”