"This upbeat and interactive album is great for young children and will be a lot of fun in the classroom.."
"Kymberly's music is prefect for all settings! My clients love her songs.."
Kymberly Stewart is a GRAMMY nominated singer, songwriter, musician, actress, producer, and early childhood music educator from Los Angeles, CA. Her music is upbeat and interactive, promoting positivity and celebrating childhood over a soundboard of jazz, gospel and soulful pop sounds. With age appropriate lyrics that children can identify with and sophisticated music that parents and caregivers can appreciate, she creates a musical experience that the entire family can enjoy together.
In 2013 she released her debut EP titled, Giggles and Curls. This was followed by her 2020 full CD of the same name with new songs added. It has since become a staple in preschool classrooms and the homes of families with young children all over. The most popular track, I Am A Robot, has amassed over a quarter of a million views on YouTube and remains the number one requested song by her growing number of young fans.
In April 2022, Kymberly was nominated for GRAMMY Award for Best Children's Album with 1Tribe Collective. The collective's compilation album, All One Tribe, contains 25 songs that celebrate the rich diversity of black culture and promotes positive self imaging for children. The album received a mentioned by The New York Times and appeared in Bill Board magazine.
The song that Kymberly contributed to the album, Beautiful Brown Babies, has been noted for its' jazz influence and complex harmonies. Fans were able to witness the wonderful sounds when Kymberly performed Beautiful Brown Babies at the 2022 GRAMMY Nominee Showcase at the Water Street Plaza in Henderson, NV. Being nominated for GRAMMY was a defining moment for Kymberly. "It made me realize that anything is possible when you work hard and use the gifts you've been given."
In 2018 Kymberly had the privilege of performing on NBC's top-rated talent competition America's Got Talent with Angel City Chorale, a professional choir based in Los Angeles. Performing the classic 1980's pop hit "Africa" originally recorded by Toto, the Chorale made it all the way to the semi-finals and earned the coveted Golden Buzzer. Hailed by Simon Cowell as “one of the best choirs we’ve ever had on this show,” the performance video has been viewed more than 80 million times by people around the world.
Kymberly's recent performances have been as an artist residency artist at Santa Monica's Brentwood Country Mart's family summer music series, performing fun and engaging music for infants and toddlers and their caregivers. She followed this stint in August by taking part in a line-up of talented musicians who performed at Music At the Grove, a weekly family music summer concert series at Fort Green Park in Brooklyn, NY.
Kymberly is a voting member of The Recording Academy and an active member of the Children's Music Network. She also works with Pickleberry Pie Hospital Concerts for Kids; a non-profit organization that brings the healing joy of music to children in hospitals and special needs facilities, Create Now; an organization that provides creative arts opportunities to underserved children and youth, and Family Music Forward; an organization that amplifies black music artists while amplifying black and brown children and communities.
Kymberly's family fan base continues to grow as she stays dedicated to sharing her eclectic skills through live and virtual performances, creating video content, and teaching music classes. She is committed to her work as she considers it her responsibility to create quality music and videos for children that are both enriching and fulfilling.