Age ain’t nothing but a number. At 19 years old, Kyndall is stacking her credentials. While talent runs in her family, the Houston-bred R&B songstress stands on her own. Kyndall got an early start appearing on TV and in films before landing a deal with Atlantic Records, who discovered her audition tape online.
But after recording an EP’s worth of material, she was unsatisfied and asked the label to shelve her first project at the last minute.
After taking some time to regroup, she headed back into the studio with Chef Tone and Maejor to work on what would become her debut EP Still Down.
The six tracks feature production from heavy-hitters including DJ Dahi, Boi-1da, Maejor, and Adonis. She opens up about infidelity on “Playing Games” and reconciliation on the title track, while other highlights include the sultry opener “Call Away” and the Sting-sampled “Bullet.”
“If I could package this EP in a gold case and wrap it up, I would,” says a confident Kyndall. “I’m so obsessed with my project and I feel so happy just being able to say that. I’d listen to it even if it weren’t my own.”
Stream Still Down exclusively on Rap-Up.com and watch the video for the Flip & Jameel-produced “Playing Games.”