Signed to Roc Nation, R&B singer-songwriter Bridget Kelly is under the guidance of none other than head businessman in charge, Jay Z, who signed the 28-year-old back in 2008. Since then, the songstress has released two EP’s, “Every Girl,” and, “Cut To… Bridget Kelly,” and has collaborated with the likes of Ne-Yo, Frank Ocean, Ester Dean, and The Dream, alongside earning her first Grammy for co-writing “Einstein” of Kelly Clarkson’s fifth studio album, ‘Stronger’ back in 2011. Having recently performed a sold-out show at London’s elegant Jazz Café, Bridget spoke to me about what she loves most about London, getting advice from Jay Z, her latest EP and what can we expect from her debut offering, here’s what she had to say: Let’s talk about your EP, “Cut To Bridget Kelly,” how would you describe the material for those who haven’t heard it?
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Just… that song.
Over thinking is the absolute worst.
It’s well overdue.