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Who You Call Me - Kayla Watford



Kayla Watford - Who You Call Me

Title: Who You Call Me

Artist: Kayla Watford

Genre: CCM

Release date: February 23, 2024

Source: Artist

Story:

Kayla here, a Singer/Songwriter from Florida. I just released my latest single, “Who You Call Me”, which marks my third original release. 'Who You Call Me' serves as a soulful ballad that resonates with listeners, highlighting their identity in Christ. The song serves as a poignant reminder that labels are superficial constructs imposed by life, society, or circumstances. Through its lyrical narrative, the listener is inspired to look beyond these labels and embrace their true identity as defined by Christ. It is my hope that this song instills a renewed sense of confidence in every believer, reaffirming their identity in Christ throughout all seasons of life.

The backstory for “Who You Call Me” is relatively simple. My parents have pastored for over thirty years. Growing up as a pastor's child, people always had an opinion or an idea of who I was or who I should be. Those opinions and the labels they placed on me stayed with me for so many years. Their opinions and labels affected my confidence and made me question every move I made. Until one day I realized…God has called me to be so much more than their narrative of me. I began to focus on everything that He calls me in His Word.

“Who You Call Me” serves as a poignant reminder that labels are superficial constructs imposed by life, society, or circumstances. Through its lyrical narrative, the listener is inspired to look beyond these labels and embrace their identity in Christ. A Simple Truth… God’s Opinion is the only opinion that truly matters.

Artist Bio:

Florida-based singer/songwriter, speaker and worship leader Kayla Watford is preparing to unveil her latest single, 'Who You Call Me,' marking her third original release. Preceding this upcoming single are 'Mommy Can Come to You,' launched in the spring of 2023, and 'Faithful He Will Ever Be,' released in December of the same year. 

The latter received recognition in features by ChristianDance.eu and Gospel Chapter, as well as a mention by Chunedesk on Twitter. Anticipation is high for the forthcoming year as Kayla has multiple new original songs currently in development. 'Who You Call Me' serves as a soulful ballad that resonates with listeners, highlighting their identity in Christ. 

The song serves as a poignant reminder that labels are superficial constructs imposed by life, society, or circumstances. Through its lyrical narrative, the listener is inspired to look beyond these labels and embrace their true identity as defined by Christ. 

It is our hope that this song instills a renewed sense of confidence in every believer, reaffirming their identity in Christ throughout all seasons of life. 

Kayla and her husband Kenny, with their three children reside in the small town of Ebro where they love serving at their home church.

Links to release:

  • Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/2L8PCzXrQC3rQtYXcNsUhx
  • YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5soD2rKsfnA

Website + social media:

  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kaylawatfordmusic
  • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kaylawatfordmusic/
  • Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5KOsO9h9TJBzRTGv0ylcHv
  • YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/@kaylawatfordmusic

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Please connect via Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kaylawatfordmusic

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