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“A single mother, a Hurricane Katrina survivor, a businesswoman and a sultry creole from New Orleans, her resume reads like a road map or an instructional book on what to do to become a marketable, bankable urban model, in a game that’s getting thousands of new faces daily.” HipHopWeekly
In the last ten years, the model game has become even more saturated than the rap game. And unless you’ve been under a rock for the last six years, there is no way that you haven’t come across the “original” Kimmi K.
Kimmi Kennedy has graced every urban mens magazine from Smooth & Straight Stuntin to King and Vibe. She has turned her career into an empire for herself and she has begun to help other models get their worth and not be used for videos and magazines without receiving proper compensation. She’s the true model’s model.
From the wreckage of Hurricane Katrina, this New Orleans native has climbed her way through the industry, fighting tooth and nail to be at the top of her game. Her twitter followers are almost 1 million strong and in today’s industry, that is a great feat for anybody in the “business”. The model turned entrepreneur turned rapper is about to step into the hip hop arena in the Summer of 2012 with a full assault on the music game. And when those twitter followers become consumers of her new music, K Cera ( her rapper persona meaning her destiny is ordained) IHB (International Hustle Bunny) will be the new force to be reckoned with.
Not one to dodge the bullet, Kimmi Kennedy rides the waves of controversy like a politician. She sums it up to anyone who doesn't know or who want to know about her, plainly saying, “Google me bitches” to satisfy their hunger.
Kimmi is approaching the music game with the same tenacity that she applied to the model game and she’s not waiting to be signed by any labels. As she puts it, “I signed myself to myself. Spoken like a true independent.
2012 and beyond will witness a new Kimmi Kennedy because this one got something to say and she’s going to make it funky enough for us to listen.
With mixtapes and video virals accruing in her ammunition vaults, she’s put together a team to help make her debut a heartfelt one and taken seriously, from the start. So you think you know Kimmi Kennedy? No. You know about her. Introducing K Cera (que sera sera) “Whatever Will Be, Will Be”