Jamaican Singer and Song Writer, Kim Monique Hamilton was born on December 5th, 1990. She is the youngest of seven siblings. She attended Ascot High and graduated in 2008. Kym developed a love for music at an early age. However she didn’t start turning heads until she started Primary School. By the time she got to high school, others started taking notice also. If asked people will say that Kim is a very jovial young lady who is always trying to bring out the best in the people around her. Kim is always entertaining and with the help of her music teacher, she starting performing with the school choir, her first accomplishment was winning a gold medal for performing the hit single Reflections by Jah Cure.
With that boost of confidence Kym started entering a lot of school competitions that proved successful. Kym with the guidance of her Music teach and Brother Ryan Hamilton started entering competitions like magnum kings and queens, Jamaica Rising Stars and Tastee talent shows. However her big break did not come until she signed with Adidjaheim Records in July of 2009. While signed to Adidjaheim Records Kym’s first single was Teenage Pregnancy which gained raving reviews. She also release Bills ft Lisa Hype, Amen, and a remake of Shabba Ranks Twice my age ft Vybz Kartel just to name a few of the many songs Kim has performed. Since leaving Adidjaheim Records Kym has since released a few singles including but not limited to My Cry, Leave Me Nuh, Cotton Candy, This is love and Haffi Come Back.
When ask Kym credits her musical influence to Tanya Stephens, Queen Ifrica and Lady Saw. Kym describes herself has being passionate about music, hard working and willing and ready to learn all aspect of the music business. With her willingness to learn she sometimes moonlighted has a Disc Jockey for sound in her home town. She has promised to make all her songs uplifting and positive.