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Kaci Brown Biography

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Birth Name: Kaci Deanne Brown
Birth Place: Sulphur Springs, Texas, United States
Years Active: 2005-Present
Genres: R&B, Pop

Kaci Brown is an R&B pop singer who was born, and grew up in, Sulphur Springs, Texas. Brown started singing at an early age and throughout her childhood performed across her home state, appearing just about anyplace that would have her. Once Brown's saw her passion and dedication to singing they moved the family to Nashville in 2001 to further her career. Remarkably, before the tender age of thirteen, (when Brown signed her first major Record deal) Brown had attained a record publishing deal with Still Working Music, the company owned and run by Roy Orbison's widow, Barbara.

Brown began writing songs for Nashville country artists before Interscope records snapped her up in 2005 at age thirteen. Though Brown intended to be a country artist, she was repeatedly told that she'd fare better with pop. Interscope packaged Brown as a pop/R&B artists and Brown's first single, "Unbelievable" was released in 2005. The single hit #18 on an MTV TRL Top 20 special and the song reached #1 at Radio Disney. Brown's debut album, “Instigator” was released on August 9, 2005 followed by summer touring dates with the Backstreet Boys. Brown made appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live, MTV and ABC to promote the album. The album entered Billboard magazine's Top Heatseekers chart at #13. In 2006 the second single, "Instigator,” was released featuring the rappers, VA Slim and El Fudge. The single reached at #80 on 'Mediabase,' #9 on the 'Hot Dance Music/Club Play' and #13 on the 'Hot Dance Single Sales.'

In 2007 Brown headed back into the studio with friend and producer Toby Gad (of Fergie's 'Big Girls Don't Cry) to record her sophomore album. Recently, Brown has again partnered with Still Working Music in a publishing agreement and is currently working on writing for other artists while continuing to pursue her own artistry. There's much more to come from Brown.