Despite life's challenges, gospel recording artiste KimAlex is looking to inspire with the track Addictive Love.
"The song is an overview of the type of love we receive from God; no other person can give us this kind of love, and we were being extremely creative in our word choices in terms of the chorus. These are words that were formulated specially for this song, so they cannot be found anywhere else," she told the Jamaica Observer.
Self-produced in collaboration with Neville Alexander, the track was officially released on March 29.
With favourable responses so far, she is hopeful for the future of the track.
"My goal with this song and my career is for it to receive international recognition, to grace some of the largest stages both locally and internationally while leaving an impact on the hearts of those who get to experience it, so they can help to spread this move," the singer said.
Involved in music from as far back as her childhood, KimAlex started her journey singing in church with her youth group and at school. She took the professional dive at around 15 years old, when she won a competition and received a recording contract for her first single. Since then, it took her some time to properly get into the game.
"I started my musical journey a couple of years back, and I stopped. It was overwhelming trying to figure it out. I then realised I started without the Lord's confirmation. For years, I've prayed and asked God, 'Is it time?' and the answer was no. Near the end of 2022 the Lord said start now, and I did," the artiste revealed.
Known for other songs such as Real Love, One More Day and Worship Is A Lifestyle, the singer has plans to continue elevating her career, using her faith to spread the gospel and bring hope to music lovers everywhere.
"My vision is to have KimAlex's music ministry on every platform in the world, basically spreading the true message of Jesus Christ. I'm taking my brand to another level, consistently making new inspiring music, doing shows, and working my way to the international stages," she said.