Kfhox – Good Thing
Labels:Karmically Sound/Stinger Boy Entertainment
Number of Tracks:1
From the Album:Good Thing
Available Date & Time: Mar 27 2020 10:00:00 EDT
Impact Date: n/a
Kfhox Delivers "Good Thing" To Listeners
From her Valentine's Day Release LOVE 360°
"Music has been the common thread that has sewn together every chapter of my life. It's saved my life during some of my darkest times."
★ GOOD THING was selected as a semi-finalist via The Music City Songstar contest in Nashville.
★DJ promoter group called www.coalitiondjs.com Help her with some radio – the regional Tennessee group –The Tennessee Coalition DJs deemed “Good Thing” their favorite pick after her performance; the response was the stand out in terms of being radio ready, as well as her performance of the song.
During the virtual New Music Sunday’s with the Tennesse Coalition DJs, their unanimous pick from listening to the album versions of the songs was “It Is What It Is.” They praised KFhox’s versatility as a songwriter and artist, remarking how she seamlessly write and perform across multiple genres of music, from R&B to hip hop.
★ interview with The Asset Report, on 103.7 FM & 107.1 FM locally in Nashville.
★ Kfhox in Houston TX – Now celebrating their fourth year, the L.O.U.D.FEST Music Festival has established itself as the premier emerging artist festival in Houston, Texas. This year, the festival will run from September 4th to the 5th at The Wildcatters Saloon in Katy, Texas and will feature over 100 performances by artists from around the country and beyond on three main stages. Performances take place in both indoor and outdoor venues, with both traditional and non-traditional setups at the venue.
From the Bronx to Music City, USA, Kfhox shoots a Cupid arrow with her third album, Love 360°, out Friday, February 14th, on Karmically Sound/Stinger Boy Entertainment. The singer-songwriter has collaborated with Nashville producer, Darin “D-Roc” James (Royal Studios, Stacy Mitchhart Band, Luther Allison) at his Nashville Studio. James brought in some of the best session musicians in Music City to lay down the foundation of the songs that support her sultry voice.
Kfhox has a smooth voice that emanates sounds of jazz, pop, R&B with some hip-hop flare; her influences run deep and soulful, from pop and hip-hop to rock as she can truly sing it all. Past comparisons span from vocally to lyrically, from Amy Winehouse, Chaka Khan, Lisa Stansfield, and Jay-Z; she takes elements from everything she hears to create the Kfhox sound. Kfhox has taken the sage advice of Omar Hakim (David Bowie, Sting, Madonna, Mariah Carey) who once sat in on one of her sessions in New York and dropped the gem of taking on the role of being a “vocal character actor,” being who she needed to be to present the song in the voice that best tells the story of the music.
After setting her suitcases down in Nashville, Kfhox began to seek refuge in a community that holds up songwriters like Greek gods; and with those thoughts, she met her producer Darin “D-Roc” James and they connected instantly. The two began the singer’s next chapter of a musical journey in her new hometown.
“I pretty much lived on stage for ten years on the live music circuit in NYC and, up until about a year and a half ago, venues like The Shrine and The Bitter End felt like my family room. As I connected with D-Roc, it became apparent that I was being completely transformed! Right off the bat, from our very first session, songs came to me; I had five full songs written and arranged by the next recording session. Our creative process in the studio aligned, we locked into it as if nothing else existed but the music. Now I’m itching to get back on the live music scene. I think performing inspires me to write, and writing inspires me to perform,” gushes Kfhox. “He made me LOVE the studio!”