Artist Kenal From The 55th Grammy Awards Souvenir Book Cover Song By Another Musician To Cause Buzz

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Kenal a musician featured in the 55th Grammy Awards souvenir book covers a song to support a musician named Baiyu.

Kenal is a musician and visual artist that performs a variety of art forms. The musician born in Haiti was also featured in the 55th Grammy Awards souvenir book for a mixtape he released last November entitled "Washed Away". Kenal recently released a song cover of a collaborative duet by Chinese American songstress Baiyu featuring British musician Jermaine Riley entitled "Skip A Beat".

The artist Kenal has long followed Baiyu and took it upon himself to do a cover of the female musicians song "Skip A Beat" in hopes to build a connection between the two. The original song released on Youtube by Baiyu have roughly over 6,000 views and a few comments by the female musician's fans and listeners.

Kenal's rendition of the song by the two other artists glorify Baiyu at the end of the covered version along with a bridge combining famed producer and musician Ryan Leslie's "Addiction". This is not the first time that Kenal has gone out of his way creatively to support Baiyu. The musician and visual artist have written about the female artist on his blog Kenalsworld for one of her other singles entitled "Again" released earlier in 2013 as well as created a colorful drawing of the artist.

A lot of fans make covers and create artwork about artists such as Rihanna, Madonna, Justin Bieber and more. However, the amount of fans that have experiences artists that are independent or on the rise such as Baiyu are not always as much of a fanatic as Kenal is to Baiyu.

With a cover for the song that was released for promotion only, Kenal plans to promote "Skip A Beat" to build awareness of the songstress Baiyu, musician Jermaine Riley as well as himself as a creative artist.

"I fell in love with the musician listening to a cover that she did of Melonie Fiona's song entitled 4 AM. Since then I have followed her music and made the gestures that I could in supporting her through my network as well as in a creative way." -Kenal

Kenal hope that different outlets will pick up the cover, which in turn may convert to more people knowing about the original song written by Baiyu and Jermaine Riley.

Visit to read more about the artist as well as discover the past blogs the creative artist wrote about Baiyu.

Evenson St. Vil
Kenalsworld LLC

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