30 Aug Essex based Pop arist Kayleigh Joy sends us back to the 90’s with debut single
Hot on the UK scene in Essex, Kayleigh Joy’s latest debut single ‘Excuse Me’ takes you back to Pop in the 90’s, a huge soft spot that everyone can share – when life seemed a little more simple and Pop music was iconic.
Kayleigh Joy’s voice may be innocent but there is more to Kayleigh than meets the eye, she’s a pop Rockstar that no one would expect! The song is a track from her new debut album 11:11, which is based on finding herself whilst working through a pandemic, due out later in 2021.
With her album on the way, Kayleigh is continuing creating more music with her team and is looking forward to bringing her music into the world.
English singer songwriter Kayleigh Joy, grew up in the 90s, inspired by the likes of the Spice Girls and Britney Spears and has acknowledged that they influenced her from a young age to become a singer.
Kayleigh’s music has a modern sound, with the upcoming debut album 11:11, featuring a mix of synth Pop with a Rock edge. Inspired by one of her favourite artists Pink, the singer is paid homage across the album and had a major impact on Kayleigh musical style.
Ahead of the release of her new album, upcoming singer songwriter Kayleigh Joy is releasing a mix of synth pop with an unexpected rock edge in new song, “Excuse Me” via OMNIVI3E, a team with phenomenal Platinum-selling success. After a challenging rollercoaster ride, Kayleigh landed her first record deal, signing in 2021 to OMNIVI3E, run by 1990s & early 2000s record producer Andy Whitmore who had produced songs from Eternal, Lemar, Elton John and Peter Andre.