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Meet Kaylee Crossfire

Today we’d like to introduce you to Kaylee Crossfire.

Kaylee Crossfire is a singer/songwriter/rapper born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Kaylee has toured throughout the U.S., promoting her music independently and has created an amazing buzz that continues to grow. Kaylee Crossfire has made a global impact being a contestant on Netflix’s #1 Hit Music Competition Rhythm and Flow. She also has been involved in TV series such as Chicago PD, as well as Empire. Kaylee’s talents measure beyond the scope of entertainment. She is also the founder of the annual “Female Takeover Showcase” in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This is an event that shines a light on the many talented female artists and business owners in her community.

Has it been a smooth road?
Nothing in life is ever a smooth road. I’ve always been the rock of my family. Dealing with a sick mother, taking care of her while trying to pursue my music career full time, and also taking on the role of guardianship over my nephew at a young age has always made things a challenge. But I keep pushing because I know God knows I’m the one for the challenge. He has continued to bless me throughout these years. So I can never Give up!

We’d love to hear more about your work.
I take pride in not only being a hardworking Music Artist but also a mentor of many Ladies in my city through my Female Takeover Showcase. This is an annual event where I give Girls and Women in my community a platform to showcase their talents/businesses while also mentoring. I’ve always loved to help people and what better way than to give back and create an amazing platform in my community.

How do you think the industry will change over the next decade?
In the next 5 to 10 years, I see myself Managing Artist and throwing informative workshops, continuing to curate Events as well as really growing my Fire Gang Apparel line. (Dropping summer 2020) There is so much information I’ve learned over the years and I truly believe that I can help people to not make the same mistakes that I have.

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Von Harris
Erik Kilpatrick Jr

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