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Kem got his R&B career rolling with the popular 2003 album “Kemistry” and keeps the hits coming! Kem has hit the charts with songs like “I Can't Stop Loving You,” “Love Calls,” and “You Might Win”! Don't miss your chance to see Kem perform LIVE! Buy your Kem tickets now!
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Kem Concert Tickets

Not many singers have followed the same path to stardom as Kem. After numerous struggles, the Detroit native made his way to the top of the music industry largely on his own, and now Kem tickets are as popular as ever.

Kem turned to R&B and soul music to help him fight addiction, and soon he found himself working on writing and producing his debut album. Using his own money, he recorded his debut album Kemistry. The record caught the attention of industry executives, who gave it a professional touch and re-released it in 2003 to much success. By the 2005 release of his second album, Kem was already pairing up with big names like Stevie Wonder.

After the world had heard the smooth stylings of Kem, there was no turning back. Throughout the 2000s, he released a number of successful records including the 2010 album Intimacy: Album III, which peaked at number two on the Billboard 200 charts. Branching out past his R&B roots, Kem has shared a stage with Martina McBride and then returned to the jazzy fold performing with Ledisi.

It's hard to find an artist who has made his way up the charts like Kem. Yet despite his struggles, he remains as one of the most talented R&B performers in the world, and likely isn't going anywhere anytime soon.