The Miami-born singer's debut autobiographic single details family struggles and false representation of what is believed to be gangster. This "self" characterization is the driving force behind Kat's single, a true to life record about her struggles growing up.
"No, I ain’t stuntin’ like my daddy / He’s living with my grammy / Used to be a big baller / He’s surviving off of gambling / But I love him, he’s my daddy / Yeah, I love him, he’s my daddy / Put him in a big house before I ever see a Grammy,” issues the new comer on the track.
Kat is currently working on her debut project, which will dabble in various sounds including R&B, Latin, hip-hop and reggae.
Label: Vested in Culture / Epic Records
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