Let us voyage on Chayce Kennedy's journey as she brings forth her latest, breathtaking pop single called "NO."
Chayce Kennedy is an 18-year-old singer and songwriter who uses her music that empowers young women struggling to discover their identity and purpose. Chayce always includes fantastic artists, including Brian West, a Grammy award-winning producer known to work with people like SIA, Maroon Five, and Nelly Furtado. She also previously worked with another legendary producer, Ryan Stewart, who worked with many international artists. We are sure to believe that Chayce Kennedy is lightyears ahead of her time as she continues to bring us flawless records.
Chayce blows us away with her vision for "NO;" we can see how the song sparked a fantastic concept for the music video. She sings freely, lovingly, and gracefully as her voice combines so well with all the significant elements implemented. "NO" sparks an inspirational message, one we can certainly relate with.
Meshing into the journey with Chayce, we feel that "NO" plays a huge role in growth for her and many others. Chayce explains how things always seem to remain the same in certain aspects when she say's, "Winners, losers same old game" and "Rich and poor, it's all the same." As we continue, her voice segues into the instrumental even more and brings us the most unbelievable feeling soaring through our bodies.
Chayce tells us how she never stood up for herself and always let things slide until she finally said "NO!" She tells us about her experiences through music in the most charming way while showing us how to set those healthy boundaries in lyrics like "You can't tell my story." We love the topics Chayce chose as it helps us create our very own picture book in our imagination.
Let's wrap our emotions in Chayce Kennedy's new hit single "NO," now available on all digital streaming platforms.
Welcome to BuzzMusic, Chayce Kennedy! We've appreciated every second of your reflective and genuine new single "NO" what was your main source of inspiration behind this personal piece?
My main source of inspiration was the experience of growing up in my generation nowadays and finding that many challenges occur along the way with society and how you have to be able to stand up for yourself and know your worth rather than letting others determine that for yourself. I feel that is a lesson we learn growing up.
What was the most rewarding part about creating "NO?" What did you most appreciate about the experience?
The most rewarding part about creating “NO” was being able to watch it evolve from the first moment walking into the studio generating ideas to Brian West (Grammy producer) then trying out sounds using his creative brilliance and ear to create a vibe and me thinking of a storyline and writing lyrics. All of these different parts of the process then evolving make the story. I most appreciated the vibe of working with Brian West. It was a very creative space, and all my ideas were heard and respected, which hasn’t been the case in the past with me being a younger female artist.
What does "NO" mean to you? How can listeners understand you and your music better through this emotional single?
For me, “NO” means self-empowerment and independence. Listeners can understand me and my music better through “NO,” as my motive is to always have a positive message through my music, and for this song, it was knowing your worth and not letting others determine it for you.
Did you have any specific music influences in mind when you were creating "NO?" Did you want listeners to be reminded of a certain artist or creator when hearing this tune?
When I was creating “NO,” I wanted a song that was different and edgy from what I have done before. I wanted a sound like the Billie Eilish vibe with the unique sounds and dark vibe.