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Kellimarie: Well On Her Way To Pop Stardom At 16…



Young UK singer/songwriter Kellimarie has just released her impressive debut single, “Look At Me”. Maybe “listen to me” is more appropriate. This 16-year-old talent is a rising star and has already crammed in a string of music successes that artists of treble her age would be very happy with.

From the Coventry area of the UK, Kellimarie is no newcomer to the music world, writing her own songs since the age of 10 – and for other artists too – and releasing an EP (“Under The Same Stars”) of her own songs (written when she was 12)  at just 14-years-old which dented the Top 10 of the UK country music chart.

Moving from country to pop/R&B, she has graced arena stages and venues across the UK and Ireland, supporting such artists as Jess Glynne, Take That, The 1975, Demi Lovato and others. She appeared on national BBC TV in the show “Got What It Take” in 2017 for 11 weeks, broadcast on the CBBC channel.

Shock….horror: She is currently an unsigned artist, producing and releasing her own music.  Not for long, bet on it. The head of song writing at BIMM college in Birmingham has tipped Kellimare as an exceptional songwriting talent, which helped secure her a place on the internationally respected course.

The debut single is as credible, and with as much commercial potential, as any current day chart star – to our ears. Kellimarie has a big future ahead of her and is a dead cert to become one of the UK’s biggest pop stars in the next few years. Quote us on that! (She looks a lot like red-haired Sonia from back in the day, and she’s had a cracking long term career…)

The new track “Look At Me” was written in the context that every girl has that guy that they want to feel loved by. Kellimarie explains: “The story of the song is about a girl (me!) liking a boy and wants to be looked at, the way that she looks at him”. The official video for the single can be seen, below…










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