The smooth sounding singer Keeyen Martin refuses to be boxed in or conform and that is what makes his music so unique. The Charlotte, NC product has a vibrant falsetto and soprano voice crossover that makes his music different.
Keeyan reveals his refusal to be anything less than original, and at this point in his life, his musical mission to uplift, encourage, and inspire his generation is bound to shake the foundations of popular music in the coming years.
His musical style is a crossover of soul, R&B, and pop. Martin blends it so well and it is ever so evident on the song “Suitcase” featured on The Suitcase EP. The record is about living out yours dreams no matter the struggle. He also has another track in rotation from the EP Called “Show Me”.
Keeyan Martin is a industry veteran and has experienced singing background for several industry artists such as, Michelle Williams of Destiny’s Child, Rueben Studdard, Peabo Bryson, Rudy Currence, Donnie McClurkin and more. He consistently works with numerous aspiring musicians and vocalists within the Atlanta, GA area extending voice lessons, production coaching, music education, and publishing courses. His song catalog boasts over 150 plus songs, having worked with many notable artists. Recently Keeyen has performed in various venues from TBN networks, Vh1 Save The Music, BET and ASCAP. He has shared the stage with artist Roman GianArthur, Isaac Caree, Jennifer Holliday, Marian Mereba, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Winans and more.
Keeyan has shown growth and staying power, so be sure to add him to your musical catalog.
Check out his Latest tracks from The EP “The Suitcase” below and be sure to purchase it on iTunes.
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