Sanford Music Festival Artist Spotlight on: “K”

kayland-copyK started singing around the age of 3.   She performed in talent shows and plays all throughout grade school.  But, it wasn’t until she moved to Orlando to attend college that she decided to really begin pursuing music professionally.   K says that for these past two years, she has been discovering herself as an artist and connecting/collaborating with other artists in Orlando and South Florida.   This has all led to the conception of her first project, an EP entitled: “Purple Hues“, which is set for release on most music streaming sites this month.

In K’s own words; “Music allows me to lose myself and find myself at the same time. It literally offers me freedom, whether I’m listening to it or creating it. I feel like music does the same thing for people around the world too; it allows them to “escape” while at the same time connecting them so intensely with their present moment. Music is healing. “

Her show always starts out with a very mellow vibe.  Setting the mood by giving the crowd lots of soulful energy to create a genuine connection; and then sweeping them off to another dimension of high energy and dance.  K aims to make every show an experience; making the crowd feel what she is feeling and vice versa.

Her next show is January 22nd at SpeakEZ in Fort Lauderdale, and then on to the Sanford Music Festival.

On January 31st; via Instagram K will announce the release date of her first single “Let You Do This” .  You can find out more about K on Facebook at



About rosesopinion

Rose is a lover of all genres of music, with a deep passion for rock. Legend says that she has long since expired from this world, but continues to creep into as many shows and listen and learn about as much music as she can wrap her empty little head around. Music, it seems, is what keeps her connected to life.
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