After a busy year supporting the likes of Miguel and Boyz II Men, rising soul singer Kaleem Taylor is set to take the British music scene by storm with his soon to be released second EP.

Although still a relative newcomer to the industry, Taylor already has a CV that would make today’s chart toppers envious. He’s performed in front of thousands at BBC 1Xtra Live, had his debut single Blow Out added to the 1Xtra playlist and sang a flawless cover of Frank Ocean’s Thinking About You, for the legendary Live Lounge session at BBC’s Maida Vale studios.

The modest soul singer set pulses racing at the anniversary show of Something For Sunday with his sultry rendition of the Boyz II Men classic ‘End of the Road’ and says his rich sound is influenced by idols like D’Angelo, Stevie Wonder and Lauryn Hill.

Referring to himself as an accidental singer who had no intentions of becoming an artist, Taylor has certainly made an impression on the music industry and his growing female fanbase which shows no sign of slowing down.

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