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Kalsey Kulyk's "Outlaw Poetry" A Journey Through Life, Love, and Music

Country music has always been a genre deeply rooted in storytelling, and Kalsey Kulyk's latest album, "Outlaw Poetry" is no exception. Through a collection of heartfelt songs, Kalsey invites listeners into her world, sharing stories of love, loss, and the journey to finding oneself.

The album opens with the title track, "Outlaw" a bold and empowering anthem that sets the tone for the rest of the record. Kalsey's voice is powerful yet vulnerable, drawing listeners in with its raw emotion and authenticity. The song is a perfect introduction to Kalsey's unique blend of country, pop, and rock influences.

One of the standout tracks on the album is  "Ain't Enough Whiskey" nominated for Video of the Year at the Country Music Alberta Awards, is a gritty anthem of defiance and liberation. Set against a backdrop of whiskey-soaked guitars and driving rhythms, Kalsey delivers a powerhouse performance that is both electrifying and cathartic.

Another highlight is "Better Think Twice" a catchy tune with a rock-infused edge. The song's infectious chorus and energetic instrumentation make it a standout track that is sure to get listeners on their feet.

"Blame it on a Man" is a soulful ballad that showcases Kalsey's storytelling abilities. The song's heartfelt lyrics and emotive delivery make it a standout track on the album, showcasing Kalsey's ability to connect with her audience on a deep and personal level.

The album closes with "Heaven, are you listenin'?" a poignant and introspective track that serves as a fitting conclusion to the record. Kalsey's emotive vocals and heartfelt lyrics make this song a standout track that is sure to resonate with listeners.

Kalsey shared on Instagram saying, "One of my favorite songs from the record is a song I wrote solo called 'Heaven, are you listenin?' I wrote this song earlier last year when I was struggling with my direction in life and just overall fear of the uncertain future with music. It was a way to get my worries off of my chest."

The lyrics of "Heaven, are you listenin'?" reflect Kalsey's introspection and vulnerability as she grapples with life's uncertainties. The song's chorus, "Not saying that I need forgiveness, I'll face your judgment for my faults, I got no business being righteous, but I'll do my best until the kingdom calls," speaks to Kalsey's acceptance of her imperfections and her determination to live authentically despite them.

Overall, "Outlaw Poetry" is a stunning debut album from Kalsey Kulyk. With its heartfelt lyrics, soulful vocals, and infectious melodies, the album is sure to establish Kulyk as a force to be reckoned with in the country music scene. Keep an eye out for Kalsey, as she is undoubtedly a rising star with a bright future ahead.


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