Why I do music!
Kingsley King , a Nigerian born American singer is a young and passionate lover of people and music with a great and strong belief in the positive impact of God’s love spread through song. His style of singing can be remotely likened to that of Salif Keita of Mali but infused with a personal touch. With various genres as background accompaniment to his voice, Kingsley King have carefully carved a niche for himself and he has over half a million followers on social media in just a few years of being in the music industry. Over 20 of his songs have been recorded in two albums, which have over 1 million download and have enjoyed airplay in various countries around the world.
Kingsley King recently released a new single called “I’m good” is a song he created because as he looks out of his window from his country, He see women in pain and people in poverty and suffering all over the world. It pulls out his heart and he said, “I must do something about it”. So, because an artist and he know that music is a universal language The Widows cry song has now evolved into a non-profit organization that we are currently in the process of finishing. His African roots can be heard in most of his renditions, but his performance is unmistakably international. His desire is to impact the world in a positive and godly manner. Influenced by the likes of CeCe Winans, Paul Baloche, Chris Tomlin, Collenus O Benjamin He has shaped his music to be alive, bringing with it love and hope.
His signature songs includes
1. I’m good
2. Umu Ala-Uri (Uzii)
3. Hold me tight
5. Breath on me
6. Mama’s prayer
8. Onye Eze
9. Assurance and other popular hit songs.
His charity work is putting alot of smiles on people’s faces especially the widows in communities across Africa.
Some of his other songs can be found on this link, click to listen.