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Billboard Music Award winner KEM releases new album 'Promise to Love' featuring Ron Isley and Snoop Dogg.

“It was diffidently time for a new album in this day and age to wait four years is unheard of,” said Billboard Music Award winner KEM about the release of his fourth studio album “Promise to Love” on Motown Records. “(The album is about) love, faith and relationships…the most dearly, most important things in our lives.”

The two-time Grammy Award nominated singer/songwriter released the “It’s You” single that reached #3 on UAC radio. The highly anticipated album features Snoop Dogg on “Downtown” and Ronald Isley on “My Favorite Thing.”

“There is, on top of love, a mixture of R&B, more traditional…and a little bit of grease in it, “ KEM pointed out. “There are a lot more up-tempo (songs) than previous albums. I have Snoop on this album…that’s a real treat.”

His first major record label deal was with Universal Motown, which re-released his debut album, “Kemistry” (he previously released on his own label Kemistry Records). KEM’s third album at Motown, “Intimacy” was released in 2010 and debuted at #2 on Billboard’s Top 20 Albums. Including the previous albums, “Kemistry” and “KEM Album II”, KEM has garnered two Grammy Award nominations, a Soul Train and BET Centric Award nomination, and a Billboard Music Award win.

“My goal is always…to create music that my fans want to hear,” KEM concluded, “…and gain more fans.”

You can visit www.MusicByKEM.com for more information about KEM’s upcoming appearances, and his “Promise to Love” album.

 

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