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Raleigh native, Kaylin Roberson, is making a huge imprint on the country music scene. Since her first release in 2020, “Out of My Town”, which made its way to the top 10 in the NSAI Songwriter’s Contest and was featured on 94.7 QDR’s Homegrown Country show, she has accumulated millions of streams across all platforms and has had numerous music videos featured on Kaylin’s musical inspiration comes from a wide variety of country artists like Sam Hunt, Lady A, Ernest, and Kacey Musgraves. 


Kaylin’s musical journey has not always been smooth sailing. At the fragile age of 9, she was the victim of a dog attack that required life support and facial reconstruction rendering over 200 stitches and permanent scars on her face that ignited a fire in her heart for music. 

Music became a form of therapy for her and it continued to be that in her adult years.


In high school, Kaylin toured school districts across the country to share her story with students in hopes of inspiring them to chase their own dreams no matter what bumps in the road they may run into.

When she wasn’t touring, she was working on her craft of not only being an inspirational speaker, but also being a top -tier songwriter and artist. She played gigs at local restaurants and bars across the Carolinas for years before moving to Nashville at 19, where she finished getting her bachelor's degree online at East Carolina University.


Since the move to music-city, she has written well over 300 songs in 5 years and has made many noteworthy accomplishments such as having songs featured on Spotify editorial playlists, scoring her first publishing deal with Peer Music, and landing a song she wrote with co-writers Jon Wood and Johnny Clawson, on Michael Ray’s EP titled “Dive Bars and Broken Hearts". You may even recognize her from American Idol Season 20, where she made it into the top 50. She’s currently aiming to release music every 12 weeks while working towards an EP of her own. You can find her music on all streaming platforms.


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