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"In Ki5's entry video for "Honey," the Michigan-based performer sings about his stress fading as he returns home to the familiarity of a lover. Like honey, Kyler Wilkins' falsetto is sweet; the layers of loops are sticky and soothing, building to a celebratory bridge, then melting back down to calming waves."
—Elle Mannion, Read full article on NPR
Ki5 takes you on a journey that begins with a single human voice as he creates his own musical artifacts live with his loop station. Drawing from a background in a cappella, this Michigan-born artist is rare in that he relies on his body as his instrument. As he produces layered soundscapes, he displays the beauty of harmony and the energy of the human spirit.
His debut EP featuring songs such as "Ghost" and "Honey" highlight how mesmerizing and powerful small phrases can be when stacked, echoed and sung in a way that they must be acknowledged and felt.