Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Kirk Sessions uses his Southern roots to impact music in an unprecedented way. Home to legends like Yo Gotti and the late Young Dolph, Sessions admits that the cultural significance will always keep him in Memphis. It’s also a town that saw him record his first record in 2015 and grow as a young boy in the church choir – all moments that turned him into the artist he is today.
With an R&B and Hip-Hop sound that incorporates a melodic flow, Sessions is ready to impact the music industry with his debut album. In the midst of dropping two new singles, “TrackStar” and “Open Wounds” , Sessions says that as an independent artist he can execute his vision. Though he receives nonstop Rod Wave and RoddyRicch, Sessions says that most people that hear his music say he has his own sound.
While Sessions may not be a dancer, he takes pride in writing all of his music and engineering his sound. Though he hasn’t collaborated with fellow artists yet, he has worked with producers such as MarcDeon and A.O. Sessions also shares that he’s worked with major producers like Hitman & Jambo, and even made a song using a Hitkidd beat. As new music keeps pouring out, Sessions is not necessarily aiming for Billboard plaques, but to impact people who are in search of themselves. For anyone looking to follow in his footsteps, Sessions expresses, ‘Always believe in yourself first before expecting anyone else to.’
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