Kalin White’s New Album “Would You Still Be There?” Will Seduce You
Bay area native Kalin White recently released his new album, Would You Still Be There? He was half of the duo Kalin and Myles, where they came together in 2011 and separated around 2015 to pursue their solo careers. With some fine-tuning on his solo sound, it’s clear that this album’s theme has a more mature sound setting a romantic mood starting with the intro, ‘more than just a fuck,’ which by the way, highlights an awesome electric guitar bit. The overall project is cohesive in a way that it gets you vibin’ just right, especially for the summer. Whether or not the heartthrob has a real life love interest, each track has you convinced. Take “idc bout the club, I just want you” and “make time for you,” for instance, gives the listener an idea of how he feels about that one special person. With a seductive sound, I wouldn’t be a surprised if you were successfully swooned and swept off your feet too.
I had the pleasure of attending the listening party complete with rose petals and a blue, purple, and pink motif to match the vibes of the album. Head over to my Instagram story under “Events” to get a peak at what went down (@hazzlejoy).
Would You Still Be There? is available on all streaming platforms.
Hit that play button and let us know in the comments if it hits the mood just right.
Hazzle Joy Edosada graduated from California State University, Long Beach in Fall 2011 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and minored in Sociology. Her independence, drive and charismatic personality has lead her to achieve early accomplishments, such as creating fashion blog LipstickLaceandlattes.com, thus receiving recognition from Google in the first 3 months of initial launch; and corresponding for 365Voice.com for an exclusive series premiere of BET’s Real Husbands of Hollywood and 2nd Generation Wayans. After spending time co-hosting Traklife Radio’s original show, The Layover Show in 2012-2017, she recreated the show with fellow co-hosts to Thanks For The Music and Culture in 2018. While time off the mic has momentarily paused, she continues to work behind the scenes assisting on the Traklife Operations Team as Project Manager and Editor-in-Chief, while making time for hosting events held by Traklife Media. Outside of Traklife she serves as Executive Assistant to a women’s fitness apparel brand, LiCi Fit. As she continues to find her voice in journalism, fashion, and music culture – she will always make sure to express her creativity wholeheartedly and passionately.