Georgie Kay

Georgie Kay

RnB

Georgie Kay has the type of voice made for serving up bold and powerful lyrics — and she uses it.
Georgie has been busy working on her new EP due for release in 2019. She’s teamed up with international multi-platinum award-winning songwriter Franceska Aeschlimann, whose credits include Russian superstar Valeriya (Billboard Russia #1, No. 3 UK Dance Charts), Petula Clark, Jermaine Jackson, Mario Frangoulis, and W-inds Japan. She has also co-written with Chris Eaton (Cliff Richard etc), late Queen producer David Richards, George De Angelis (Seal), Rob Fusari (Lady Gaga), Ronan Park, Amino Idris, and most recently multi-platinum producer Darren Martyn. Some of Darren’s UK previous collaborations include Tinie TempahIronikKele Le Roc and Shola Ama.  Read the collaboraton write up in international magazine Songlink here: http://www.songlink.com/20180911-hot-new-r-and-b-artist-teams-with-songwriter-franceska.html

On 30th November 2017, rising independent R&B artist ‘Georgie Kay’ released her sassy, anthemic, exciting debut single ‘Black Mamba’. Black Mamba received radio play on BBC Introducing Solent and was featured as the ‘banger tune of the evening’ by Stephanie Nieuwenhuys.

As Georgie describes, ‘Black Mamba’ was created to empower females. Women can be the boss, be whoever they desire to be and command respect as she does it! These days women really can have it all.’ Released by AM Studios, an independent label based in Bournemouth, Dorset.

Georgie teamed up with the exceptionally talented James Grover, a producer with a background at Peak Studios, one of the UK’s top recording studios. AM Studios’ director Amelia McCloskey co-wrote and co-produced bass heavy ‘Black Mamba’, inspired by the hit TV show Empire. The single also features Don Prada, a notable US rapper.

At the age of just 17 Georgie was selected to headline Wimborne Festival for her first gig, now at the age of 19, those gigs have given this new artist the experience and skills needed to hype an audience. She has since gone on to perform regularly at central London venues including ‘Portobello Market’, ‘Lucky Pig Cocktail Bar’ and ‘The Bedford Tavern’, Between her sassy stage persona and her sultry vocals, best believe that you would not be disappointed.