Kiley Dean burst onto the scene seven years ago with her infectious Timbaland-produced hit “Make Me a Song.” After her debut album Simple Girl was shelved, she parted ways with the super-producer’s Beat Club Records. The 28-year-old singer later signed with and was released from Mathew Knowles’ Music World Entertainment and is currently a free agent. But Kiley hasn’t let the setbacks deter her from pursuing her dreams.
The Arkansas-born artist, who toured as a backup vocalist for Madonna on her “Sticky & Sweet Tour,” is currently in Los Angeles recording a mixtape and building her buzz with viral videos and remixed tracks.
In her latest clips, she comes full circle, flipping Timbaland’s “Say Something” as well as Snoop Dogg’s “I Wanna Rock.” Get re-familiar with Kiley Dean.
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