Interview with Kelvin Frazier

Kelvin thank you for your time today! We would love to learn more about you, briefly walk us through your story – how did you get started and what do you have going on now?

I have been singing all my life, but I didn’t decide to start making it a career until 2016. I decided to move out to Los Angeles that year and started making moves to get things moving with music. It was a long process and a pretty steep learning curve to know how this business work along with the creative process. I released my first single in 2017 called “Marked and Scarred” and it landed on the Billboard for Best Adult R&B Song Chart. For 2020, I am releasing a new album with a tour, so stay tuned! 

Do you have a moment in your career do you look back most fondly on?

 Yes, the moment I landed on the Billboard Charts. It was confirmation that I was making the right moves and to keep pushing.

Tell us what you do best? What sets you apart from other artists?

There are so many gifted singers out in the world and basically what sets us apart is tone and our stories. When you hear my voice, you will know it is Kelvin. Also, my story is very unique coming from a technical background of having a Ph.D. in Chemistry and still doing music at the same time. 

If we were to ask them, what would your friends and family say they appreciate the most about you?

My joyous spirit. I always have a smile on my face.

If you had to go back in time and start over, would you have done anything differently?

No, my past is what made me who I am today and I am pretty proud of what I have accomplished.

Tell me where we can find you on line to support and follow you. 

INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/kelvinmusicllc/

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/KelvinMusicLLC/

TWITTER: https://twitter.com/KelvinMusicLLC

WEBSITE: http://www.kelvinfrazier.com/ 

Interview Inquiries:  bsquaredmgmt.com
bsquaredmgmt@gmail.com

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Nicole loves to go cross country skiing, swimming, reading and critiquing books, listening and critiquing music, some culinary arts, pottery, spending time with my daughter, cheesy horror films.

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