Video Premiere: KTEE – So What

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Happy Valentine’s Day!
What better way to celebrate this fine occasion than with a hot new video premiere?
Austria’s own KTEE presents ‘So What’, releasing today!

‘So What’ follows two other singles which amassed a nice following for KTEE. In fact, ‘Rollercoaster’ and ‘Rock Your Life’ (both acoustic versions) added up over 97,000 views on YouTube for the singer, and she looks to grow further with this latest release.

This latest track is an empowering one, as KTEE sings about overcoming self-doubt and ultimately bettering one’s self. She is clearly aiming to inspire young women to follow their dreams and live up to their full potential, and does so in a catchy, punchy package in the form of ‘So What’. Don’t take our word for it though, listen to the wonderful tune below!

Citing her influences as some of the most successful female pop artists, including Katy Perry, Rita Ora, Zara Larsson, Dua Lipa and Jessie J, KTEE has been passionate about music since she was a young girl. She studied and analysed music for years and years, before making it on to the TV programme The Voice, where she truly learned how to get the best out of her sound. Following this, she relocated to Ireland, and begun making her mark in the pop world under the KTEE name.

KTEE’s motto; “Dare to do what you love, remain true to yourself, make something of yourself and don’t take life too seriously” is something that is reflected heavily in her sound and lyrics. It’s an uplifting and inspiring message, and you can be damn sure she’ll be spreading it far and wide throughout 2018 as we eagerly await future releases!


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