Singer-Songwriter Kaia Black spreads powerful message about fake apologies in his first publicly released song
(PRUnderground) September 14th, 2020
Kaia Black is a singer-songwriter and musician based in San Francisco. Since the age of 3, Kaia has been interested in music. Through soft acoustic guitar and emotive lyrics, Kaia’s music is impossible to ignore. On September 11th, 2020, Kaia released his first single “Really” which asks questions which need to be asked after someone says “I’m sorry.”
Ultimately, the message of the song is that people have a right to move on from toxic relationships and decide not to accept an apology when it isn’t genuine. This message is much needed for kids and teenagers dealing with bad friendships and toxic relationships as well as adults dealing with painful marriages.
Over the past few days, Kaia’s powerful and much needed message has seen her grow an already loyal social media following as her song became available on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Google Play, YouTube Music, Amazon Music, and many other major streaming platforms. As this song continues to recieve more attention, this message will surely serve as a wakeup call for people to prioritize themselves and to treasure the genuine friends, family members, and partners we have in our lives.
Having already performed in front of over 75,000 people, speaking on stage with San Francisco Mayor London Breed, and recieving accolades from national organizations like Nanowrimo, Kaia has a promising career ahead of him and will surely continue to spread his message of positivity and love.