"Ooooo, thanks brother. . .I'd really appreciate that. I just finished upload'n a few songs from my current album, Love Is... So please feel free 2 select any song of u'r like'n.
Once again, thanks 4 the love Keith.~K.D.…"
Yes, Heather spoke very highly of you. I did get a chance to listen to your recent recording. I loved it. We'll have to select one to go into the Set-List on the Front Page to get folks familair with your gift. I'm sure (Lord…"
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Jul 15, 2012
K.D. Brosia is now a member of Uptown Jazz Dallas | International Jazz Festival Org
K.D. Brosia whose birth name is Kobie’ (meaning “Prince of War” in Swahili) is a native of Mississippi. K.D. began his music career singing in church choirs. Since that time he has captivated audiences worldwide with is soulful, tantalizing and resonating tone of vocal genius. He has perpetuated an insatiable hunger for the crooning sounds of his “Soul Ternative” music which permeates and accentuates lyrical lines of common life and taboo issues.
His triple threat of talent which consists of vocals, writing and producing has allowed him to expand his career by working with some of the most talented and hottest artist and producers in the industry today. K.D. collaborated with Stokley Williams from the R&B group Mint Condition on the hit track “Love a Woman Right” from his release of his titled track CD “Love Is”.
K.D. is an up and coming music phenomenon. His multi-lingual soul sounds has mesmerized Brosiacs (those loving his music) everywhere causing an appetite and thirst for his irresistible lyrics. He has graced the stages from the southern region to the western hemisphere and is currently wrapping up a three month tour in Asia with international renowned artist A.I. K.D. Brosia has performed on the same stages with artist such as R&B songstress Fantasia, N'Dambi and crooners such as Jaheim, Tank, Tyrese, Dwele, Bilal, Jon B and more.
His passion and enthusiasm leaves his audiences wanting for more as he delivers stellar performances with insatiable energy. K.D. Brosia leaves an imprint on music connoisseurs desiring to be enchanted and whisked away to a place of love, peace and happiness.
Yes, Heather spoke very highly of you. I did get a chance to listen to your recent recording. I loved it. We'll have to select one to go into the Set-List on the Front Page to get folks familair with your gift. I'm sure (Lord willing) that we'll work together. Let's make a point to talk by phone soon. Heather has my number.
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