Kynady Lee
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Kynady Lee


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"Definitely a fusion of Jazz, R&B, and Rock."

Definitely a fusion of Jazz, R&B, and Rock. Her voice changes with each song, to match the words she is singing. She has something to sing. Better than SADE ever could be. Love it! - Ann Mahr

"Great Sound"

Her voice is easy to listen to. It's nice to have music where there is a definite sound, rather than each artist sounding the same. Real music lovers will appreciate Kynady Lee - Pat Morgan

"Marvelous captivating sound. Simply refreshing and stylish!!"

This CD is definitely... Off da chain! Kynady Lee is definitely a trend setter and a force in female vocalist that will soon be heard everywhere! The Atl has done it again. First, there was India, now you give us Kynady Lee! The notch has been raised a few levels. Definitely one to add to your collection of favorites. Just give us more, more, moooorrre! You will enjoy this one over and over again!! :o) - Guitar Playa

"More! More! More!"

I could listen to Kynady Lee all day. Some music is for background listening. Kynady Lee's lyrics and singing will make you stop and listen. I'm buying this CD and you should too. - Michael Faulkner

"Words to sing by."

In a time where lyrics are drowned out by music tracks because they're weak in content, Kynady Lee is a welcomed listen. I'm old school and I want a song to make listen/love to my ears. Kynady Lee gives me an eargasm. - Lawrence Christopher

"Sweet, Strong Voice & Powerful Lyrics"

I really like this CD, songs with meaning that sound good. Keep up the good work. - Music fan


"B4 We get it Started" single 6/03
"Yello Bag Vol 1" EP 5/03
"The Nominees are... The Winner is. Vol 2" EP 9/03



She sings about realities of life. Her voice is dazzling and exceptional. The words she creates are paintings of emotion. Without a doubt, KYNADY LEE is the “The Songbird of the South!!!” She truly hails as the best soul artist to surface since the early days of Motown, a woman of exceptional elegance and style! She is a singer, songwriter, and entertainer. KYNADY LEE is a name no one will soon forget.

From an early age, KYNADY has had an astounding stage presence and a moving voice. KYNADY auditioned and became lead singer for a local Atlanta group “High Energy.” She would then go on to perform with the Cosby Kids during the King Fest in Atlanta, become a Star Search winner and appear in many television and voiceover commercials.

As KYNADY’s talents continued to progress, She was selected to be the opening act for James Brown and Little Richard during the “Georgia Festival” in Atlanta and then open for Aretha Franklin during her concert series in Chicago, Illinois.

Her talents were recognized by “Motown Records” and KYNADY signed a recording contract to become lead singer for the group “On Edge.” However, due to a management change and contractual differences, KYNADY’s attorney requested Motown release her from the deal. Motown complied and KYNADY went on to work with Teddy Riley’s Interscope Records.

Since then, KYNADY LEE has worked with the likes of Usher Raymond( (Choreographer), Damien Dame(Choreographer), Teddy Riley, Greg Charley, Scarface, Dewayne Wiggins (Tony, Toni, Toné),Slick(Slick Music), Scot Free, Travis Bridges, Meshun, Organized Noize, Teddy Bishop, Sam Sneed, Che Pope, Emmanuel Seal (So So Def) and Mark Bass (So So Def), KFAM, Salaam Remi, Dave Sean and Liquid Beats. She has also been featured in a movie with Cicely Tyson (Mama Flurry) and had a speaking roll in the TV movie “Daybreak to Freedom: Montgomery Bus Boycott.”

Many people try to compare a new artist to someone who has come before. Her style is a unique fusion of jazz, R&B, Rock, and Gospel. With KYNADY LEE, there is comparison!!! She sounds like a finely tuned instrument. KYNADY LEE is what the music industry needs . . . Someone who can really sing!!!