Episode 58 - Kimberly Davis

Kimberly Davis was born in Brooklyn and her mom was the background singer for Motown music legend, Smokey Robinson. “My mother played music 24/7. I’ve been singing since I could talk.” says Kimberly.
In high school, she joined an all-girl group. Sensing her own potential and feeling restricted within the group, Kimberly made a choice to push forward as a solo artist. Kimberly made the hard choice of putting her singing career on hold for 17 years to become a mom. Her son, now grown and out on his own, Kimberly turned up her passion knob to 100°. Her first single – “Get Up“ from D1 music – reached #12 on the Billboard dance club charts. Her next single, “Twist Of Love“, was played by over 200 radio stations, debuting at #41 on Billboard’s Hot Club Play Chart. After a few weeks, it skyrocketed to #9 where it remained for four more weeks.
But as they say, third times the charm! Her single, “With You”, landed her the #4 spot on the Billboard’s Dance Club Charts. Most recently, Kimberly‘s unique vocal prowess was brought, once again, to the world by producer Tony Moran and Nile Rodgers with the #1 chart topper, “My Fire”. “Life Is A Dancefloor”, by The Shapeshifters, is her third consecutive #1 international smash.
Kimberly is now a lead singer for the world-famous band Chic featuring Nile Rodgers, glows under the international spotlight, audiences on every continent respond to Kimberly‘s exceptional vocal prowess. Across every culture, people can feel the heart, soul and passion that she always infuses into her music. Kimberly is striving to create a legacy that will forever honor her mother, her music, and her voice.