From the tender age of seven years old, Kimberley Ann developed a passion for singing. By the age of nine she wrote her first song and continued honing her writing skills throughout her teenage years, while singing at every opportunity she could find. In her early twenties Kimberley Ann decided to complete a demo tape. After receiving positive feedback from a major record label's A&R team in Toronto; it gave her full confirmation she had what it takes to make it! In 2005 Kimberley Ann who then went by the name Caylah, made her first mark on the music industry by independently releasing her debut album entitled "Wondrous Love". The album's combination of pop, rhythm and blues with a gospel influence had minimal success but was well liked by anyone who heard it. During this time Kimberley Ann continued developing as an artist. She performed at local churches, various events and concerts. Some highlights during this time were sharing the same stage with well known gospel artists Fred Hammond and Mary Mary. Going back to her Caribbean culture, Kimberley Ann's main goal is to inspire, motivate, and encourage people through reggae music. Her sophomore album "One Song" is described as a liberating and uplifting music that will touch the hearts of many.