Kaci Brookz is a talented and gifted 15-year-old from London, UK, who was inspired by artists like Justin Bieber, Chris Brown and Khalid.
Kaci Brookz hopes to pave his own personal pathway to stardom! With the highly anticipated release of his single “You Make Me Wanna,” Kaci is definitely on his way! You Make Me Wanna” fuses together the elements of smooth-sailing R&B alongside the fast tempo and energetic element of afro-beat.
With an outgoing personality that shines throughout "You Make Me Wanna,” Kaci Brookz has the perfect package that will connect to the fans of appealing suave, teenage heartthrobs! "You Make Me Wanna" is a fantastic introduction to the musical world of Kaci Brookz.
Inspired by the motto of having fun, "You Make Me Wanna" is built around a very catchy chorus that captures you in an infectious manner. Featuring the UK duo SoulRhymaz who in turn, delivers a vibrant yet, punchy verse to add the cherry on top to this well-produced track by Mr. Mo, The Producer.
Kaci Brookz's unique vocal performance keeps you intrigued due to the surprise of his age and the skilled vocal ability he possesses. Radio-ready? Of course, this blend of afro-beat and R&B is sure to be one that people shall appreciate. From his electrifying energy to his marketable appearance, Kaci Brookz is an artist whose future is looking just a little brighter.
"My song, 'You Make Me Wanna,' is the beginning of my creative journey musically. I strongly believe it's just as important that I got myself across as an artist as well as getting the song across to potential fans (if that makes sense); the song is just a vibe. It's one of those tracks that gets stuck in your head even if you don't want it to. It brings a type of energy and a style that I don't think is very common at the moment in popular music."- Kaci Brookz
Hi Kaci, care to introduce yourself to our readers?
A big 'wagwan' to all of your readers. How is everyone? My name is Kaci Brookz, and I'm a Bashment/RnB Singer/Songwriter from just outside London. I am really looking forward to giving you some background on myself and my debut single 'You Make Me Wanna' aka 'Y.M.M.W.'
What inspired you to begin singing? Do you also song write as well?
I have always been confident and willing to take advantage of the opportunities I was given, and my parents thought it would be a good idea for me to get involved in a performing arts workshop, and it kind of... all started from there. The workshop focused on acting, singing and dancing, but from the start, I always favored the acting and singing side of performing.
I have performed in several musical theatre productions since that first workshop, such as '13 The Musical', but it was only last summer that I put all of my energy into singing and 'You Make Me Wanna' is the end of the first chapter of that musical journey.
I write all of my own lyrics. For me, I need to have a backing track that has a vibe I can ride with before I get to work, but once I find the right track, the lyrics flow pretty freely; I love it; songwriting allows you to get all of your feelings out. It is my escape from all the stresses in life, I suppose. I have some songs, 'Cooking in the Kitchen' that I am really excited for everyone to hear, but for now, the main focus is 'You Make Me Wanna.'
What’s your personal preference of music? Any specific genre you listen to the most? My taste in music is extremely varied. It's a range of all types of music from RnB to Reggae to Afrobeat,80's ballads,90's bangers; you name it...I probably have it on my Spotify playlist, lol. The type of music doesn't really matter too much to me. It's more about how the song makes me feel or the messages behind it and, obviously, the quality of the track.
Can you tell us a little bit about your recent release and the meaning behind it? 'You Make Me Wanna' is the beginning of my creative journey musically. I strongly believe it's just as important that I got myself across as a person and an artist as well as getting the song across to potential fans (if that makes sense); the song is just a vibe. It's one of those tracks that gets stuck in your head even if you don't want it to. It brings a type of energy and a style that I don't think is very common at the moment in popular music.
Being young and talented, are you excited for what your future holds? I am more than excited, but I can't let my excitement guide me off-track. To me, talent means nothing if you haven't got the commitment and drive to better yourself as an artist to back it up. So I'm viewing this whole experience as my autobiographical film. Every scene is new to me, but every scene also betters my knowledge of the storyline. It's all learning. It's all education.