Kenzie Cates is a Vancouver-based singer-songwriter from Kamloops, B.C., Canada. Not too long ago, she released an emotional pop single, titled, “Ruin It.”
Kenzie Cates – “Ruin It” single
“I wrote this song about being bitter about an ex moving on before me. We were trying to be friends and I tried to be happy for him. But ultimately, I am a petty bish, and I wrote this song about how I hope he misses me so much that he ruins his new relationship.” – Kenzie Cates explained
‘Ruin It’ contains a post-relationship-based narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and catchy melodies that will resonate well with fans of Katie Mac, Ashe, and Lennon Stella. The passionate tune possesses moody guitar-laden instrumentation flavored with a warm contemporary pop vibration. Furthermore, “Ruin It” serves as a musical dose of therapy for any listener who is currently picking up the broken pieces of a failed relationship with their ex-significant other.
“How could you find love again?”
Kenzie Cates has released three tracks to critical acclaim to date, becoming a finalist in Yangaroos’ “New Indie Artist” at Canada Music Week in 2019 and CBC Toyota Searchlight in 2021.
Encouraged by the success of her first single release, Kenzie applied and was selected to participate in Judy Stakee’s songwriting retreat in Nashville in March 2020, as well as Andrew Allen’s masterclass through the Songwriter’s Association of Canada in May 2020. Later, she teamed up with Ryan Stewart and demoed “Just Ain’t You.” Since then, Kenzie has received considerable airplay across Canada for multiple singles, even charting at #3 on Bellevue Radio’s Indie Chart.
“Ruin It” single
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