Dr Ally K is a dynamic and contemporary new artist who writes songs with messages and producers her songs in an urban pop style, ranging from EDM to Hip Hop to Rap. Dr Ally K is a true ‘healer’ by nature! Ally is a registered doctor (CFPC Specialist), Ambassador for Autism Sings and joins the Prime Minister of Canada’s wife Sophie Trudeau as a spokesperson for Moving Shelters, who help transition families to a life free of violence.
The Best (Mean Girl) ft. Ajay is the first international single released, off the brand new 6 song EP ‘Up Up & Away’ and will also be included on the soon to be released full album ‘Get Connected’. The Best (Mean Girl) is a CHR EDM song using satire to tell a story, send out an anti-bullying message and kill it in the dance clubs…at the same time. Ally and team created a dark, brooding bass, snappy beats and urban soundscape to present ‘The Best’.
Ally’s EP ‘Up Up & Away’ and upcoming album ‘Get Connected’ are a collection of Dr Ally K songs past and present, all produced in a current POP Urban style by award winning/nominated Peter Linseman at his CCMA nominated recording studio, Music Mentor Productions (distribution through ILS/Universal Music Group). Ally describes her album’s concept as “a strong message in each song like personal inner struggle with songs like ‘The Best’ & ‘My Cue’; more self-reflective with songs like ‘Never’ & ‘Monster’ and finally clarity and awakening with songs like ‘Celebrate’ & title track ‘Get Connected’.” In support of her severely autistic son, Ally was honoured to perform/host as Ambassador for Autism Sings on Sept 7, 2018. She is currently running an Autism & Domestic Violence campaign to bring awareness to these two issues and make a diﬀerence, inspiring people through her songs, speaking engagements and performances.
Ally graduated as an Ontario Scholar from Claude Watson Secondary School of Performing Arts in Toronto and received The Theatre Award for dramatic performance and instruction. Throughout her schooling and into her medical profession, Ally remained creative. She wrote, directed, choreographed and performed “The Waiting Room” (musical) to facilitate exploration of ethical issues for women’s health. Ally was the recipient of the Silver Medal in Ontario for highest marks in voice at in Royal Conservatory of Music, with a command performance at the Hart House. She won numerous gold medals at various music festivals including the Kiwanis Music Festival(s). Ally was commissioned to compose music for ‘Orchids’, full-length musical, depicting effects of Tourette’s syndrome, artificial insemination, pre-genetic diagnosis, and societal perceptions of normality. This musical was attended by thousands including a thousand health-care professionals in the Canada-wide performances of ‘Orchids’.
Needless to say Dr Ally K has a long and glorious artist career ahead of her and has already recorded high caliber songs worthy of the top honours in the music industry.
Keep an eye out for Ally K’s exciting new album and all the behind the scenes adventures!
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