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Kalonda Kay Captures the Fun and Energy of 90s R&B in ‘Too Soon’

Kalonda Kay, the up-and-coming R&B/pop artist from St. Louis, has joined forces with writer Joe “Capo” Kent to create a fun and nostalgic track titled “Too Soon”. The song’s nostalgic vibes, relatable lyrics, and captivating music video make it a perfect choice for any vibe! It’s a perfect fit for anyone who loves throwback vibes and music that can get them dancing.

As part of the promotion of the track, the official music video for “Too Soon” is now streaming on YouTube. It was produced by Stephen Adams, a talented videographer from officialkingamongstskingsmedia, and shot in a bowling alley in St. Louis. Kalonda’s family and friends make an appearance in the video, allowing for a genuine feel that captures the playful and nostalgic 90s vibes.

“Too Soon” is meant to tell the story of a girl and a guy who meet at a skating rink, exchange numbers, and begin to date. The chemistry between them is undeniable, but the girl is hesitant to take things to the next level, believing that it’s “Too Soon”. The lyrics are easy to relate to, and the infectious beat makes it difficult to resist dancing along.

Kalonda Kay’s music has already generated significant buzz in the industry, and “Too Soon” is poised to become a fan favorite. With its catchy beat, fun lyrics, and vibrant music video, this track is sure to stick in your head. So grab your skates, turn up the volume, and let yourself vibe with Kalonda Kay’s latest hit!

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