With a lush and diverse voice, Norman Kim proves his multi-instrumentalist worth with his new single titled ‘Just Like You’. A wonderful blend of an anthem, rock, pop, and vocal bliss, Norman really displays his chops in the range of classical to rock to pop to the cinematic theater, Norm reinvents a few genres by blending what he loves and making it his own. This is music at its best.
“I wrote this song right after I co-wrote the music for a Superbowl commercial about immigration in 2017. I began to think about my own life and about how being a child of immigrants really affects the way I am perceived in America. People of different colors, genders, orientation, etc. are treated differently, even if it’s ever so slight. At the end of the day, we’re all the same, and we want to be not only treated but also seen as equals.”
– Norman Kim
About Norman Kim
The Los Angeles by way of New York singer-songwriter has been honing his skills as a composer for years, soundtracking shows like Dexter and The Ivory Game. “Nothing Wrong With My Life” is the talented instrumentalist’s first time stepping out from behind the curtain and putting his full talent on display.
Comparisons to Queen, Bowie, and Prince are dead ringers for the sound he’s cultivating, with rhapsody-esque structures that take the listener for a journey. The deft musicianship is striking, and we can’t wait for you to hear the full album.
Norman Kim is an LA by-way-of Brooklyn singer, songwriter, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. He has contributed music to a variety of high profile films and television shows, including Netflix’s The Ivory Game, and Showtime’s Dexter, where he was mentored by the late Daniel Licht.
Born to Korean immigrants in New York, and amidst a budding passion for rock music, Kim began studying classical music and composition at an early age, going on to join the highly competitive All-State and All-County orchestras. He eventually went on to study at Berklee College of Music before moving to LA to pursue a career in film music.
Now, the accomplished musician is preparing to release his first full-length album, a ten-song epic pulling influences from his classical background as well as weaving in shades of Queen, The Beatles, and Bowie. Just Like You is expected everywhere this October.
SOURCE: Official Bio