Kaitlyn Mann: Get Down Single Review

Born in New York you have the multi talented Kaitlyn Mann. Not only does she sing and write her own material, Mann is also a pianist and a programmer as well. She actually started to learn how to play the piano at the age of 6. This love resulted in winning international piano competitions with performances at Carnegie Hall in New York City.  Seven years later she started to write her own pop songs.

Kaitlyn is a 17 year old pop starlet who is currently unsigned. She was discovered and mentored by B-52’s drummer, Sterling Campbell and Grammy Award winning producer/mixers Kevin Killen and Mario J. McNulty. 2017 saw Mann make her mark with the 9 track Make Me Crave LP. This spawned the singles Make Me Crave, High, Love Me Like I’m Her and Tonight. Each of which were sugary sweet pop gems. That debut effort also featured the likes of bass player Paul Bushnell (Lady Antebellum, Faith Hill), guitar player Gerry Leonard (Suzanne Vega, David Bowie), Sterling Campbell on drums, and brass player/programmer Andy Snitzer (Paul Simon).

Aside from that 26th January 2018 saw Mann unveil her latest single and this coming in the shape of Get Down. The utter spectacle that is Get Down was mixed by Mario J. McNulty. Now this tasty morsel is a fresh and funky jam that can quite easily have you moving on the spot. The wondrous melody was packed with plenty of synth beats, Kaitlyn’s vocals were superb and then you had addictive lyrics which gave off plenty of empowering anthem esque vibes. Actually those words oozed plenty of sexiness at the same time “I know the way you move your lips/ Got me wrapped round your fingertips/ Whisper somethin’ in my ear/ Tell me all the things you know I want to hear/ Get Down”.

I’ve had this delicious track on constant repeat and I literally fell for it hook, line and sinker. The whole vocal performance was so refreshing and I for one cannot wait to hear more Kaitlyn Mann originals in 2018.

You can get Get Down from iTunes (UK/ US)

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