K Sloan


K Sloan is a Singer- Songwriter born and raised in Metro- Detroit, Michigan. She began singing at the age of twelve with a program called Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit and since then music has been an integral part of her life. Always carrying the spirit of Motown and artistry in her heart she went on to study Theatre in the acting Conservatory at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. Throughout the program she cultivated her love of music by auditioning and being cast in manyt of the programs musicals. 

In 2013, after moving to New York City Kelly decided to be brave and hone her skills as a song writer. What started out as a intimate and soulful jam sessions among friends soon developed, over two years into 15+ songs both in collaboration and as a solo artist. In the spring of 2014 she was commissioned to write the theme song and co-write on the soundtrack for the short film “Go Fish” by Jamila Brown. In fall of 2015 after performing at and being inspired by the musical talent at Monday night Open Mic at Prohibition Bar and Lounge on the Upper West Side (NYC) she embarked on the journey of recording her own EP with a release date of Spring 2017. 

Overall K Sloan’s music is fusion of Funk, Motown and lots of Soul. Her upcoming EP Blank Pages is an homage to her hometown, an embrace of its grit, its glory and hidden glamor, its resilience and most of all its never-ending soul.