Hello Kymberly

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Kymberly Stewart is a dynamic singer/songwriter, musician, actress and early childhood educator who is on a mission to provide quality music for children and families all over the world. 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 at the age of sixth her family, Kymberly was introduced to a broader range of musical styles such as jazz, contemporary, broadway, and world music through her participation in school choirs and community programs. These experiences broadened Kymberly’s perspective and view of the world around her, allowing her to appreciate and respect cultures different than her own.
She has continued to embrace this perspective and is now cultivating a musical experience for children and families.

Kymberly's children’s CDs, Giggles and Curls and Giggles & Curls II the Deluxe Edition, 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 June 2021 Kymberly and several black artists came together to create All One Tribe, a compilation album comprised of 24 Black artists in the children and family genre. The album, which received a mention by The New York Times, celebrates the rich diversity of black culture and promotes positive self imaging for children.

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 remained active during the 2020 pandemic, performing and appearing in virtual music festivals, fundraisers, and preschool music

programs. Her most recent performance was in Music in the Grove through Fort Greene Park Conservancy.

She took her creativity further in 2020 by launching her YouTube channel, Kymberly Stewart Music. The Thankful Box and Welcome to the black History Museum are two shows amongst a plethora of notable videos that educate and entertain children. Her most recent show, Miss Kym’s Music Place, combines her original music and sketch comedy to promote learning, growth, and diversity to preschool aged children.

Kymberly is a voting member of The Recording Academy as well as an active member of Family Music Forward, an organization that amplifies and supports black artists, children, and communities, and the Children’s Music Network.

Kymberly is committed to her work as she considers it her responsibility to creating quality music for children that is both enriching and fulfilling.