The Philly artist putting on for her city one track at a time
There are some artist who take months, if not years to craft their image and the particular sound in which they’d like to present to the audience. Others just enter to the studio, light up a joint or two and let nature take it’s course. Pennsylvania musician Keys Era falls into the latter category. “I think honestly it’s just in my DNA,” She says. “So pulling that from your inner self is just an amazing feeling because the sounds and words are so beyond us….I feel like the more you get connected with your inner self is when you really unleash all of that talent n energy.” Keys has now gotten in touch with her musical gifts, and the rest of the world should take notice.
“Pulling from your inner self is just an amazing feeling because the sounds and words are so beyond us.”
Key’s upbringing was spent between Chester Pennsylvania and Philly, where she drew inspiration for her art. “I’ve always loved the culture, food and the hunger in Philly,” She says. It’s so many talented people in the city that do amazing things.” Somewhere in between admiring the talent in Philly, Key’s became a bubbling talent in her own right, dropping a series of EP’s and loose tracks that have turned heads around the city.
“It’s so many talented people in the city that do amazing things”
With a buzz growing from the songs that she’s dropped, Keys plans to follow up soon with a full length project. She also plans to expand on the performance aspect of her art and take part in more shows in the summer time. Going forward, she hopes to connect with other dope artist with similar visions to hers and continue building. Above all though, she has one major aspiration. “I would say my main goal is to take care of my family when I become successful with my music, and to make sure my friends all have a chance to get their shine on too and just uplift our communities,” She says. In other words, if Keys makes it, the city that raised and inspired her will benefit in the end as well. Keep grinding girl, you’re almost there.