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Kimberly Lola / Press

“In terms of what separates her from other artists out now, Kimberly holds herself and her music to very specific standards and refuses to bend, which is very admirable. “I completely understand the desire and need to be what the people want but I draw a line that is very distinct,” the singer stated. “My music or any music I am a part of has to be of a certain standard, lyrically. You won’t hear me use sexist or degrading language in my music, for example, or hop on a song that does. If that means turning down a gig then so be it.””

“So Cal singer, songwriter, dancer and model Kimberly Lola has the whole package. Music has been the biggest part of her life since she was a child living near San Diego. She listened to all kinds of music, but loved R&B most, especially Mariah Carey. She used that inspiration and her natural talents to begin writing and performing as a teen. Kimberly became especially cognizant of making her songs interesting: “I am not a ‘fillers’ artist. If a song I write and record doesn’t excite me, it isn’t going on my album. I can’t expect anyone else to fall in love with my music if I’m not ecstatic about it first.”

"On the first occasion, Insightful teams up with Kimberly Lola on a strain entitled “Feel.” ... her feminine touch makes “Feel,” an otherwise pedestrian tune, into a slightly mournful meditation on the trickiness of human emotions."

“I was able to catch up with the talented Miss Kimberly Lola after her performance this weekend to see what the songstress would like to share with Vehem Magazine. She’s so bright, ambitious, and full of life, I got a boost of inspiration and motivation just speaking with her. See exactly what it is that she had to say…”

“The LIST: What advice do you have... Kimberly Lola: “Don’t let others dictate your destiny. Don’t be afraid to look like a fool. Have fun. Be proactive... Do your homework. Practice, Practice, Practice. Always want to be better.””