Kenny K. Low is Malaysian-born, US-raised, and calls Singapore home. Professionally, he is an investment banker, which success in the corporate world helped reconnect with his passion: singing.
Since childhood performing in church & school concerts, Kenny felt connected to music. From the legendary voices of the 70s & 80s (B. Manilow, L. Richie, K. Rogers, Dan Hill), to the crooners of the 2000s like Michael Bublé, he draws inspiration from the emotion of ballads & love songs, which shaped his singing style.
Kenny discovered the difficulty in balancing a corporate career with one of an artiste. Though he had never considered being a professional singer, he felt envious watching several friends attain musical fame.
Ironically, it was this corporate gig that reignited his singing aspirations. The mid-2000s found Kenny entertaining business associates in karaoke lounges globally, where he developed a repertoire of songs that had folks telling him he should sign up as a recording artiste.
It took yet another decade before that happened with indie label TTF Records. Along with Studio 67, they are producing a set of cover ballads & love songs spanning the 1970s to the present, which he hopes to pay homage to the legends who helped shape him, and to leave his own mark in the music world. He wants to inspire his children to pursue their dreams, no matter when. As the cliché goes, better late than never, and to quote author Tom Butler-Bowdon, it’s “Never Too Late to Be Great.”