Keeana Kee Releases Latest Single, ‘Love In The Elevator’ 

Not to be confused with Aerosmith’s ‘Love In An Elevator’, Keeana Kee’s latest single, ‘Love In The Elevator’ is a sexy, sultry, Latin bop that has much more in common with Shakira and Jennifer Lopez than it does with Steve Tyler.

Exotic pop princess Keeana Kee wrote the track while she was in the creative process of writing a different song altogether, and she took her inspiration from a steaming hot night in Miami. With sizzling backing vocals and almost Middle Eastern rhythms, ‘Love In The Elevator’ will get you in the mood for dancing, and romancing, and will “lift” (no pun intended) your mood and cause you to dream of fulfilling all your wildest fantasies.

Nowadays based in New York, Kee wrote her first song at the age of 10 in her homeland of Latvia, where she grew up idolising the likes of Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles and later, Rihanna and Sia. Now Keeana is also a star in the music sky, and is a mover and shaker in the Latin-pop scene.

Kee has always believed in the importance of being true to herself, and despite being advised not to, she came out as a lesbian, and is now a strong advocate of LGBTQI rights, as well as the importance of empowering others. This can be seen in her music, in which she allows her indomitable spirit to encourage others to be their true selves.

Stream and download ‘Love In The Elevator’ here, and find out more about Keeana Kee online on Facebook, Twitter, InstagramSoundcloud, Spotify, and Apple Music.

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