Roots and Petals

Roots and Petals is the name of the album released April 17th, 2020 by a young artist named Kylie Odetta. The name does full justice to the album, which digs deep into the ruts and roots of life, but also shines light on it’s beauty, which in my opinion explains the petals.

Cry Out is my current favorite song on the album. It screams sincerity.

Get to Know Kylie:

Kylie is the epitome of a bright and shining woman from Greenville, SC pursuing her dreams and passions, and giving back to her community that she loves so much!

Kylie Odetta is a professional singer, speaker, writer, producer, voiceover artist, actress, youth activist, model, and entertainer. She is a 22 year old Greenville native and has toured both nationally and internationally as a musician. Odetta has opened up for artists Gavin DeGraw, Colbie Callait, Mat Kearney, Austin Mahone, Liz Vice, and Kelly Pickler. She has played the main stage at Fall For Greenville and is known for hosting her annual Secret Christmas Concert to benefit the local Salvation Army. She has done voiceover work with Dwell Bible App, Acuvue Oasis Contact Lens, and Spartanburg Community College to name a few. Odetta also created a youth program called Dare To Dream in 2014 that she has since taken into dozens of local high schools and middle schools around the upstate. The program focuses on showing youth that they are capable of overcoming bullying and pursuing their dreams.

Her goal is to infuse people with an empowered spirit and intoxicating joy. If you’re interested in being captivated by a vibrant personality, soul touching music, and a unique uplifting story then you’ll want to have Kylie Odetta honored as a part of this celebration.

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