Working Woman Wednesday. Interview With Singer/Songwriter Kissie Lee.

Billboard Singer/Songwriter Kissie Lee, reintroduces you to true R&B with her vocals. Billboard hit songwriter Kissie Lee has written songs for Jacob Lattimore, OMG Girlz, Tiny Harris and Jacques to name a few. She has recently dive into raising awareness for Sex Trafficking by teaching women the correct way to bear arms. Knowing the importance of having the right candidate in office so that women rights can continue to be protected is Kissie Lee’s agenda. Due to Atlanta rise on Sex Trafficking Kissie recently announced on her IG “Keeping Safe with Kissie Lee” via Zoom every other Thursday at 5pm EST. Starting September 24, 2020. Where she will have experts come in to teach buddy systems, gun training, and self-defense.

Did you always know music was something you wanted to pursue?

Yes, since I was six years old.

What was your favorite artist growing up?

Aaliyah, Mary J. Blige, Jagged Edge and Chris Brown.

In what ways has your new music changed from when you first started?

Better production and mixes, lol.

How do you feel about the internet in the music business?

It makes it easier to get the music straight to the people who want to hear it and you can be more personal with your supporters.

Any upcoming projects coming up that you would like to share with readers?

I just dropped my new single “My Love” produced by Mr. Hanky and I have an EP on the way!

What is your favorite album?

Waiting to Exhale soundtrack.

What would millennials be shocked by if they were transported back to the 80’s?

Lol, I’m not sure. I was born in the 90’s, but maybe like VCR’s or something.

If 2020 was a book, what would its title be?

Come in here sit down, don’t touch sh*t, lol.

Name one thing you changed in your life since the pandemic started?

Time management.

What is one thing you kept putting off but finally got done?

Registering all my songs in all the right places.

If you could go back to one historical event to witness it, what would it be and why?

A live Whitney Houston performance, because she is the voice of all time.

How can fans keep in contact with you?



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