PODCAST: Student Kiersten Kelly's "Get Out"

By 
Chandler Dalton
November 29, 2017
Student Kiersten Kelly
Image courtesy of the artist

Kiersten Kelly’s music career started before her first day of class at Berklee. In 2013, she made a YouTube cover of “The Cup Song” from the movie Pitch Perfect, and the video went viral (and now has more than 700,000 views).

Since recording the video, Kelly has started college at Berklee, performed the national anthem at Fenway Park twice, and released a debut single, “Get Out,” with a music video in which she sings about empowering herself as a woman and not letting anyone hold her back from being her best self.

Kelly continues to work on new music as she nears her graduation, and has been combining her music business/management education with her tireless creativity and passion for songwriting and performing. She has also completed an internship with Berklee visiting scholar Kara DioGuardi.

In this episode of Sounds of Berklee, you’ll be hearing Kelly’s debut single, “Get Out,” a song that establishes her as a powerful pop artist ready to take on the world and give every modern woman an anthem.

Produced by Chandler Dalton
Engineered by Darcy Davis