I first came in contact with Kay L.A.’s music from a track she did with Score|Swayze, where she stepped up to the mic and hung with the Swayze. On the T.Ali-aided “Say It,” from Kay’s Baltimore Moesha project, she opts to slow it down and smooth it out. It feels a bit like an Aaliyah track, if she was a rising artist in the 2010s versus the 1990s. Kay’s vocals are great and there are a lot of 90s references to be had in the verses she and T.Ali put down.
She’s making a claim that she’s going to be here for a while with tracks like this and the rest of the Baltimore Moesha project. This one is a slow burner that takes you back to the 1990s and the days where men and women weren’t too cool to admit they were sprung off someone. Check out “Say It” and its parent project and remember to support dope music in all its forms; my city is amazing AF. I’ve said it once, I’ll say it until I can’t anymore.