Check Out Kimbra´s New Video “Goldmine”

Check Out Kimbra´s New Video "Goldmine"

Check Out Kimbra´s New Video “Goldmine”

 

In April 2015 Kimbra toured the US with a total of 5 shows. Kimbra is featured in a song by Bilal called ‘Holding It Back’ from his album ‘ In Another Life’. On July 15 Kimbra released the video for her third single from The Golden Echo called ‘Goldmine’ that surpassed 110,000 views in a matter of a day.
 

Kimbra Lee Johnson (born 27 March 1990), known mononymously as Kimbra, is a New Zealand recording artist based in Los Angeles. Kimbra’s unique musical style draws from many different genres, often blending more modern electropop and R&B with classic jazz and soul musical elements. Her musical influences range from Prince and soul singer Minnie Riperton, to Björk and Jeff Buckley. Her unique style was showcased on her debut album, Vows, which was released in Australia in 2011. Singles from the album include “Settle Down“, “Cameo Lover” (which won an Australian Recording Industry Association Award), “Good Intent” and “Two Way Street“.

A reworked version of the album was released in Europe and the United States in 2012. It featured several new songs, including “Come into My Head“, “Warrior” (on which Kimbra was joined by musicians Mark Foster from Foster the People and DJ A-Trak), and a cover of Nina Simone‘s “Plain Gold Ring”. On 29 August 2011, she released her debut album, Vows, which reached the top 5 in New Zealand and Australia. On 22 May 2012, the album was released in North America, debuting at number 14 on the Billboardcharts.[2] Kimbra is featured in the 2012 multi-platinum single “Somebody That I Used to Know” by Gotye.

On 10 February 2013, she and Gotye won the Record of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance awards at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards Show for “Somebody That I Used to Know”. This achievement made her only the third New Zealand singer to win aGrammy Award in history. Kimbra’s second studio album, The Golden Echo, was officially released on 19 August 2014 to positive critical reception.

 

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