Wendy Kay is an Afro-Urban-driven recording and performing artist and budding producer from Nairobi, Kenya, who gained notoriety through a rendition of Yemi Alade’s “Africa” that went viral.
She is a two-time Café Ngoma Award nominee who has appeared as a background vocalist on two seasons of Coke Studio Africa while pursuing her own career. Kay’s career has been on an upward trajectory. Her single ”Maybe” was featured on the highly acclaimed international independent music platform ”COLORS”, making her one of the very few artists to do so in Kenya.
In 2020, she released her debut EP project, ”My Way,” to positive reviews. In 2021, she was chosen by National Geography in partnership with ‘Sound Earth Legacy’ to represent Africa in creating sounds that help promote world climate conservation.
Wendy Kay is inspired by a myriad of artists, including Yemi Alade, Shekinah, Tiwa Savage, and Sanaipei Tande, among others. Kay’s vocal skills, writing prowess, and electric performances are sure to put a dent in the Kenyan music scene.
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