Kymberly Stewart is a dynamic singer, songwriter, musician, and music educator who is on a mission to provide good music for children everywhere. Born in Chicago, Il, into a family where R&B and gospel music was played all the time, Kymberly developed a love for music at an early age. After moving to Oakland, CA she was introduced to other styles of music through participating in school and community choirs, which allowed her to broaden her musical experience. Kymberly has continued to cultivate this musical experience and is bursting onto the children’s music scene with a passion that is contagious to all who listen to her music.
Kymberly's debut original children’s EP, Giggles and Curls, is a testament to her versatile talent. Upbeat and interactive, her songs promote positivity and early childhood learning over a soundboard of jazz, gospel and soulful pop sounds. Her songs are favorites amongst preschoolers, particularly the catchy repetitive I Am A Robot. Her number of little fans continues to grow as she showcases her eclectic skills through developmentally appropriate performances at early childhood learning centers, farmers markets, music festivals, and family friendly events.
In addition to children and family music, Kymberly has performed on America's Got Talent with the prestigious Angel City Chorale. She has appeared in a number of stage production throughout the greater Los Angeles area including Hairspray, A Christmas Carol, You Can't Take It With You, and Dessa Rose. For the latter she was nominated for a Stage Raw Award in the category of Featured Actress in a Musical.
Kymberly took a step further with her creativity in 2020 when she launched her YouTube channel, Kymberly Stewart Music. She has created a number of children's series that educate and entertain preschool aged children. The Thankful Box, Welcome to the Black History Museum and Miss Kym's Music Place are just some of the notable videos that keep kids engaged.
Kymberly's preschool music program is interactive and educational, combining singing, movement, and basic music fundamentals with her original and traditional songs. She considers it her responsibility to commit to creating quality music that children can enjoy and learn from. Childhood is a magical journey, and she is making sure that every child has good music to listen to along the way.