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Review: "Right Place Wrong Time" - Kelsie Kimberlin

Kelsie Kimberlin’s single, “Right Place Wrong Time” is a pop anthem for the broken-hearted. This song is for anyone who knows what it feels like to deal with the loss of a relationship and the hard times that follow. Kelsie opens up and takes her listeners through a wave of emotions. With lyrics like, ``It's always so complicated” Kelsie understands that when it comes to relationships and love it doesn't always work out the way we want them to. Sometimes people find themselves in the right place but at the wrong time and she acknowledges that in her single.

“Right Place Wrong Time” was released in late September 2021. With this, Kelsie has another pop anthem to add to her discography that anyone who has dealt with heartbreak can relate to. In her song, Kelsie sings of wanting a time machine to go back and wishes she was able to reset things to the way they once were. She also sings of the voice she hears inside her head, and the emptiness she felt. Kelsie's ability to express these strong emotions through her music is moving and one of the many things that make her stand out as an artist. With the release of "Right Place Wrong Time" Kelsie hopes it can connect with others and help them move forward to eventually discover their own right place at the right time.

Kelsie is a 22-year-old musician and singer. The young artist has been involved with music from an early age and is not afraid to speak up about topics that may be hard to talk about. With every new release, Kelsie is sending powerful messages to her listeners and bringing awareness to problems in society. Following her 7th single, “Dusty Road'' comes “Right Place Wrong Time”. This is Kelsie's most-played single on Spotify, having been played over 130,000 times. Currently, she has just released her newest single, "Cosmopolitan Girl" marking her 12th single to date. Kelsie's music is being discovered on many Spotify playlists, Including “Super Fresh” and “Top Pop 2022”.

Written By Jenna Barton



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