Kenneith Perrin is an eclectic singer/songwriter/entertainer who first hit radio airwaves with his debut CD, "It Took So Long". He is well known for his high energy live shows, while delivering inspirational pop/soul gems. Perrin is thrilled to share his music with old and new audiences alike as he follows up on the heels of his previous single, 'Everything', with a new single called, 'Bring It'.  

The charismatic entertainer, from Augusta, Georgia, grew up singing in churches, local music groups, and musical theater productions throughout his school and college years. His musical influences steep heavily into new wave; r&b; gospel; dance; and traditional pop ballads. After successfully earning a law degree and deepening his walk with Jesus Christ, Kenneith switched gears and decided to dedicate his life to follow his calling: singing, songwriting, and entertaining.  

As a four-time recipient of the ASCAP PLUS Awards, he has been rewarded for following his heart. Just recently, he opened for nostalgic new wave act- Missing Persons; and has had seven songs placed in three independent films.  

Last summer, he burst onto the dance pop scene with his Bring It Remix EP. The ep consisted of various remixes of the title track including nu disco; trap; and house.  A well received debut from across the globe. 

With 2021 underway, he teamed up with dance artist/producer- Gual for the infectious track Moment. As of February 19th, 2021, the song catapulted to # 9 (after three weeks) on the DigitalDJPool Top 50 Pop Charts. Kenneith is rapidly expanding his fan base by entertaining at corporate events; weddings; birthday parties; night clubs; talent showcases; churches; theaters; festivals; concert halls; homeless shelters and coffee houses. There are no limits to where this highly motivated talent is willing to share his music. Music heals. A soul healed is a soul with hope. 

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Kenneith caught my attention with his new EP ‘Life Adventure’ and it’s uplifting, soulful, and refreshing. In this crazy world Kenneith offers a break from the insanity of war and poverty thru music.”

Skoli, Skope Magazine