Micah Kiyo
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Micah Kiyo


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Locomotive, Supa Woman and Jet Setter. Songs are streaming on myspace but not on radio.



When 18 year-old Micah Kiyo walks into the room,the atmosphere becomes
ethereal. Her bright eyes barely contain her infectious joy and her
dancing eyes make you want to hear the music she's obviously hearing
in her head. You want to see what she's got. And she's got a lot.

In fact, she's got IT.

Micah Kiyo is poised to be this generation's Janet Jackson, but with her
own flavor, and with a work ethic that underscores her Asian and
African-American lineage. She aptly coins the phrase, Urban Pop in
describing her music style during her performance. Her energy level
resonates with every note she sings and when she dances onstage, you
can feel the electricity throughout the room. In case you're tempted
to relegate her to being just another beautiful girl who can sing, her
performance style adds a level of entertainment value the music
industry hasn't seen since, well,
Janet Jackson.

Her talent is authentic, almost inevitable. Her father is Broadway
actor, singer, dancer Abe Clark (Dream Girls, Jelly's Last Jam, Five
Guys Named Moe) and Micah has been performing since she was seven
years old. Her sense of focus has grown along with her skills, and
she's now as comfortable on stage as she is at home in her family

Micah's personality is a smooth blend of innocence and enthusiasm. Her
sense of humor comes through during her performances, especially when
she gives homage to her role models "Miss Jackson" and Dionne Warwick.
Like the true entertainer she is, Micah keeps the audience engaged
throughout her performances with her interactive dance routines and
delightful play
with the crowd. Her concert performance will be well worth the price of
admission. Go see her now, while tickets are affordable. You'll get to say
"I saw her when..."

Her professional team consists of choreographer/staging director
Tamara Whitehead (Missy Elliot, Mary J. Blige, Gina Thompson, Case and
Puffy), vocal coach, Tony-award winner Adrienne Lenox, (Doubt, The
Color Purple,
Dreamgirls), and songwriting partners Matthew Johnson (India Arie),
Lisa Williams (Sista Folk), and Double Edge Productions. Her career is
under the leadership of SALT Management, who has developed and guided
her for the past three
years in writing/recording sessions and in a series of performances
throughout Atlanta and New York