Rising Music Star Kendow On The Five Things You Need To Shine In The Music Industry
I wish someone told me that the music business is not suitable for anyone with a short-term cat-like burst of enthusiasm but in fact, it only caters to those with a dogged in the long-run mentality because only those who enjoy the thrill of the chase will have a chance to eventually get “THERE” in the end.
As a part of our series about pop culture’s rising stars, I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Kendow.
Kendow is definitely one to look out for in 2021. A London born UK based songwriter who — in 2018 — came onto the radar of US-based radio stations Radio EZ, Indie Radio FM, WDYN Radio and in particular IMC Radio of Ridgeland, Mississipi who immediately — c/o Duane Lamb — signed him to their Publishing arm Tonearm Entertainment. In March 2019 together both Kendow and Tonearm set about promoting the US Women’s Soccer Team with the release of two tracks i.e. “Team USA Soccer Warriors” and “USA Come Together” and months later in July 2019, the aforementioned US Womens Soccer Team would win the 2019 FIFA Womens World Cup in France beating The Netherlands 2–0. At this moment in time, Tonearm Entertainment are in the process of promoting Kendows latest release “We Will Survive The Coronavirus”. Nathaniel Moore AKA Omari MC — World No1 music promoter rushed to acquire the very single himself stating “Was well done overall. Good production, engineering and delivery”. Kendows aforementioned track — along with another one of his releases i.e. “Let’s Have A Party” — has been acquire by another well-reputed American music promoter MusicSubmit for releasing to 400 US radio stations in time for Christmas and Thanksgiving. With regards to Kendow everyone, please keep your ears to the ground.
Thank you so much for doing this with us! Can you tell us the story of how you grew up?
I was born in Highbury, Islington, North London and my family eventually moved some 20 miles west to Slough Town in the county of Berkshire. I would live in Woking, Surrey for a number of years prior to moving back to Slough where I still…