Kaile Goh began her professional music career at a young age and having the luxury of getting noticed and signed by a label, she gained valuable experience that has carried her to today. In a recent interview, she sat down to discuss her roots and those who helped her in her musical journey. She reveals, “I started recording my own songs with producer Bobby Brooks when I was 10 years old. I then signed with Lava Universal Music Group at 13 years old where I recorded my album “Gold” with producer David Bendeth. I started singing when I was eight years old and younger in church choir. I started playing guitar at 10 years old. My guitar teacher, Ken Belcher, eventually became my lead guitarist for my band when I was signed to Universal Music Group.”
The still young artist is currently on the search for a new producer, but she continues to progress and explains, “I write in my room sounding better than the last. I’d love nothing more than to release music, but I’m on the hunt.” As she searches, Kaile has focused on promoting her six releases from this year which display her versatile and creative talent and her emotional style.
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