TORONTO R&B SINGER "KIM DAVIS"
"We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, and fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God"
Toronto native and versatile soul sensation, Kim Davis has spent years toiling and perfecting her musical craft. She has opened up for famed artists like Alicia Keys, Carl Thomas, John Legend, Neyo, Melanie Fiona, Robin Thicke and Flo-Rida to name a few. Her hard work and perseverance in the cut-throat music industry continue to prove worthwhile. 2010 marks the beginning of an influx of new fans and even more recognition nationwide. Davis was recently nominated for a prestigious Juno Award in the category of Best Reggae recording for the hit single, “Show Me The way”. She is also nominated, for the third time, for a DJ Stylus Award (R&B artist of the year) and three WBLK Unsigned Hype awards –which she already holds 2 awards for – (People's Choice Award, R&B Artist of the year and Single of the year)
The leggy R&B singer/ songwriter is the #1 unsigned R&B artist on MySpace Canada and the only female artist on the site with over 1 million music plays. If you live in Toronto, and you don’t happen to live under a rock, you’ve heard of Kim Davis. If you live in America it won’t be long before that statement applies to you.
Kim was raised amidst adversity and forced to rise above tragedy. She has been described by the media as a talent “who has the love, courage and the lyrics to pen a woman’s evolution; beautifully.” In return Davis accepts that challenge and dares to exceed it. Her music speaks to trial, tribulation and triumph that almost anyone can relate to.
“I am a woman capable of many things,” says Davis steadily. “God has blessed me with a gift that I believe I am destined to share.”
Sharing is precisely what Davis has done. Without the release of an album, Kim has garnered much attention. She has been featured in national Canadian magazines such as Cream World, Exposé, Peace, Polysh and Sway and has received international print coverage in Fader Magazine, The Ave Magazine, Urban Voice, Hip Hop Japan and more. Kim has also started to touch the silver lining of the press industry by being featured in major Canadian newsprint including the Toronto Sun, and the National Post. She is recognized widely as an artist that supports community efforts and charitable endeavors. Her affiliation with Dr.Roz’s healing place, a local women’s shelter, remains a priority. She always makes herself available to promote empowerment, strength and success through her music and motivational speaking. Much of Kim’s success can be attributed to her approachability since her fans have the unique privilege of wholly relating to her on every conceivable level just by pressing play. Not since the likes of Mary J. Blige has any female artist been so forthcoming and refreshingly honest.
So what happens when you mix divine talent with music that is both candid and emotionally fearless?
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