KALA CHNG 張 Pop Music Artist from Knowle West, Bristol, UK.
Also on the Bristol Cool List (2021 & 22), a Bristol Happiness Champion, Community & Culture Activist, co-founder of BESEA TV, founder of Mini Moon Festival, Bristolian Voice (panels, blogs, voiceovers), Culture Ambassador (China Bureau) and believer in positive possibilities, the power of love, joy of connection, and that everyone’s a super star with gifts for this world.
I was getting some kind of Kate Bush vibes there!Harriet Robinson, BBC Introducing In The West
Really powerful, huge beats, incredible lyrics and clearly writing about topics she cares deeply about. …Brilliant music…from Bristol’s Queen of Pop!Adam Crowther, BBC Upload (Blind / Water, Falls / Star)
Fusing her cultural sounds with big pop beats and powerful messagesElliot Darby, BBC Radio Bristol
My highlight was KALA’s epic performance…Clara, Patrick, Diana – members of the audience, Year of the Tiger Celebrations, Bristol Museum
The Music is super cool…
Beautiful performance…very nice dance, movement and stage costumes…attractive voice too!
Boombox – A New Song for Bristol with the Filwood community is premiered on the Bristol Beacon website – get the full story and watch the video here! See the press debut and interview on Bristol247 here.
Incredible artist!…That’s a beaut’ of a tune, listening and loving it!Martin Evans, BBC Radio Bristol (The Music, Star)
Listen to interview with Martin: BBC Sounds – Chinese New Year celebrations
Great performance…love the voice, songs, costume changes and moves….[KALA ] made a fun celebration even better.Angie – audience member, Filwood Lunar New Year
One of our favourite maidens of the music scene.Sam Bonham, BBC Introducing in the West (BBC Radio 1Xtra + BBC Intro West featured)
Featured in Bristol Music exhibition M-shed / Empress signed to Starsing Records in China / Exhibited in The Island art gallery / Featured on Bristol’s Big Screen / Part of the Sanctum Bristol artwork / Bristol Woman cover girl /Artist commission at City Running (live public art) / Bristol Live Magazine’s (now Bristol In Stereo) album of the month / Headliner and main stage performer ( electronic band / solo) including: Upfest, Shambala, Dot to Dot, Brisfest, St Paul’s Carnival, Bristol Balloon Festival, Harbourside Festival, and Trafalgar Square London (Chinese New Year).
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