When you put together a dash of rebellion, a hint of soul, and a spark of feminism, you get Kate Grahn, an LA born-and-raised songstress & USC Thornton Pop-major. Through her combining genres such as pop/rock and indie-alternative, it is evident that Grahn is the spunky, edgy, and old-fashioned starlet the world needs. At only 21 years old, she has already grabbed the attention of a wide-ranging demographic, as she speaks to fans of Bishop Briggs, Grace Potter, and Stevie Nicks.

With catchy and rich vocals, ‘Ragdoll’ is the latest single from rising talent Kate Grahn. What feels like an effortless attempt at writing music with a purpose, Kate is a rare type of artist that continues to impress us over and over again. Her ‘Ragdoll’ attitude showcases a relatable and honest side to her music that we fall deeper in love with every new record she releases.

“I was told by some industry moguls that I was very talented, but music and talent weren’t enough, and that I needed a gimmick, a “brand.” I was told that I needed to find that one thing that defined me. In trying to find that one thing, I frustratingly decided that I am not just one thing. I am Kate. I am a self possessed, self loathing, rule breaking, rule following, warrior, coward, compassionate, petty, sweet, bitter, sane, crazy, balanced, and unstable person. I am a 23 year old woman trying to find my voice authentically and not falsely wanting to manufacture some contrived image of myself…thus “Ragdoll” was written” -Kate Grahn says

I think it’s safe to say that we’ll be following Kate’s career going forward but in the meantime, let’s keep ‘Ragdoll’ on constant repeat. and don’t forget to support the artist by giving her a follow on social media.

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