Singer, Songwriter, Model, Actress
Born and raised in the Caribbean Islands, Melody moved to London when she was 14. From an early age, and with music running through her family, Melody knew she wanted to sing. Her influences included Toni Braxton, Mariah Carey, Anita Baker and The Temptations. Something that may come as a surprise and something that shows a little diversity, Melody is a keen listener of Magic FM.
Based in London and travelling internationally, Melody Keys successfully established herself in modeling and found time to begin recording music, starting with the sexy, and extremely catchy Bosslady Anthem.
It was 12 months ago that Melody teamed up with award winning video director and artist manager Luke Biggins and this is where it really started…
Melody has had a busy year and has been in the studio with producers/writers Harmoney (Chipmunk/Chris Brown/Keri Hilson/DarkChild), Peter Ibsen (Roc Nation), Danny Schogger, Truth (Diddy), Silverstone, LP & JC, Ayo to name just a few and has collaborated with artists Fugative, Tezzy, Wizard Sleeve (Smash hit Riverside), Asher D, Stylo G and Wiley.
She also found time to film several blogs, virals and music videos; including Bad Girl and Switching Faces. Bad Girl was shot in the Egyptian Desert, while Switching Faces showcased Melody’s love of dancing, with a strong, choreographed dance routine alongside Peridot. Internationally working Melody has visited not only Egypt, but LA, NYC and Jamaica too.
The next couple of months look busy with Melody scheduled to record with Dready (Busta Rhymes, Nikki Minaj, Young Jezzy, Movado), Music Kidz (Roc Nation), Ghetts, Darren B and Beanie Man.
Melody Keys is beautiful, bubbly and fun. She is professional and prides herself not only on her looks but has a deep love for both singing and song writing. Her music is sincerely sung with RnB hooks and the occasional dance instrumental.
The last 6 months has seen several offers and keen interest from record labels, Melody is not rushing into anything just yet. The plan is to get the music right, get the visuals correct and then it will be time for the mainstream. Watch this space…
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