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Video: CNN Features Bermudian Kaelyn Kastle

Video: CNN Features Bermudian Kaelyn Kastle

Bermudian recording artist Kaelyn Kastle has been featured in a CNN article and video about young Black influencers in Atlanta. Kastle has joined nine other young creators at the “Collab Crib”, which CNN describes as “one of the nation’s only content houses for all-Black influencers.” CNN reports, “Kastle, the self-described... Read more of this article

Video: BNV Interview With Kaelyn Kastle

Video: BNV Interview With Kaelyn Kastle

Kaelyn Kastle — who has some 3 million followers on social media and was recently named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list — will be joining Bernews this evening [Dec 6] for the latest episode in the Bernews News & Views series. The talented recording artist, who recently released a new song ‘Sunsets Suck,’ was also featured... Read more of this article

Kaelyn Kastle Listed On Forbes ’30 Under 30′

Kaelyn Kastle Listed On Forbes ’30 Under 30′

Bermudian Kaelyn Kastle has been listed on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for her work with social media group Collab Crib. A Forbes story said, “They’re principal members of Collab Crib, the largest Black collective of digital influencers. Collab Crib produces content together in an 8,500-square-foot Atlanta manse, publishing it on TikTok, Instagram,... Read more of this article

Kaelyn Kastle In Influencer Documentary

Kaelyn Kastle In Influencer Documentary

Bermudian Kaelyn Kastle is part of the cast of a New York Times documentary entitled “Who Gets To Be An Influencer?” which is a story of “ambitious Black creators in Atlanta challenging the mostly white social media stars of Los Angeles for influence.” The NY Times reported, “Going viral has become big business, and a group... Read more of this article

KEMH Campaign Theme Song: ‘Why It Matters’

KEMH Campaign Theme Song: ‘Why It Matters’

Bermuda Hospitals Charitable Trust [BHCT] today announcesdthe release of its new campaign theme song called Why it Matters, written and performed by Bermudian recording artist, 17-year-old Kaelyn Kastle. The song, which is available for free download at www.BermudaSoul.com, will be an important fixture in raising awareness about the Why it Matters campaign... Read more of this article