Kensington Moore debuts new single ‘I Don’t Like You Anymore


Nashville-to-LA songwriter Kensington Moore has debuted her new single, “I Don’t Like You Anymore,” available for streaming now on Spotify, Apple Music and all other digital streaming platforms worldwide. The single, along with several of her soon-to-be-released tracks in 2019, was written and produced in collaboration with Grammy nominated engineer and mixer Travis Ference (Skylar Grey, Alex Da Kid, The Night Game), and Billboard Top 10, six times multi-platinum (RIAA) producer and bassist, Corey Britz (Bush, “The Voice,” Dave Stewart and Atlas Genius).

“The song is about a guy I thought I loved but was too afraid to say it,” Moore explains. “The title has an underlying message of actually meaning ‘I love you.’ The guy I was dating at the time broke up with me before I could show him the song, so I guess it can be taken literally now too.”

Moore decided to move to LA at the age of nineteen from Nashville, bringing with her storytelling of truth that she learned from having grown up in music city of Nashville. Combining this influence of songwriting, she infuses genres of jazz, R&B and pop with her music. She also just performed her very first SXSW performance this year. She will be releasing new music throughout the spring and summer of this year.

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Listen to “I Don’t Like You Anymore” on SoundCloud:

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