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July 06, 2011  | by: Stepfanie Aguilar

Kaile Goh

Kaile Goh is a 15-year-old singer-songwriter under record labels Lava/Universal Republic. Though she may sound young, it’s no mystery why she has been signed already. Her music sounds like pop-punk, but more like Paramore than Avril Lavigne. Kaile has a powerful voice, and it sounded mature enough to make me think she was in her early 20s (she definitely does not look like a 15-year-old to me).

After moving from Singapore to Los Angeles at age 5, Kaile started out as a Ford model. She was part of national campaigns such as Disney, Target, JC Penney, Kodak, and Walmart, to name just a few. She used her earnings to buy herself a Gibson Hummingbird guitar. She has been writing songs since she was 9 years old, and she began performing at open mic nights when she was only a preteen.

The musician released One Too Many Times, an album with 11 songs which she wrote herself and produced with Krish Sharma (Perry Ferrell, Rolling Stones) and Bobby Brooks (P.O.D.).

Her first single, “Gold,” is her official debut. In her biography, Kaile says, “The song is about being different, not being afraid to do your own thing, and not following what everyone else does all the time.” Listen to “Gold” below:

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