The recording artist, Karma Butler is also a producer, dancer, actor, choreographer, model, and an educator. The young boy who began singing in the church has spread his wings, and broadened his horizons since taking vocal tutoring lessons while attending Virginia’s Governor’s School for the Arts. He has travelled to Japan to perform sold-out shows, been interviewed on ABC and featured in USA Today. All while having a hit song entitled “Baby Let Me (Noizz Factor Club Mix)”, which consolidated his popularity and captured media attention. It remains his #1 selling single from his international discography on iTunes. With each release, Karma asserts his status as a great songwriter and an artist who continues to evolve. He successfully channels an array of emotions into his music, which proves fruitful for his songwriting.
“Baby Let Me (Noizz Factor Club Mix)” maintains the groove and dance aesthetic of his sound, and is the song that allows him to continue gaining the momentum he deserves. Karma sure has the potential, confidence and creative range to reach great heights.
Channeling an EDM vibe, the track has an upbeat, catchy and commercial feel to it, shutting down critics who might claim that underground artist’s cannot cater to the masses. Never over-indulgent with regard to the production, the song is a fine example of how when given freedom in the studio, Karma Butler can certainly deliver unique arrangements and surprising sonic twists that elevate his style.
The single brings a greater depth and showcases a wider range of Karma’s strengths. “Baby Let Me (Noizz Factor Club Mix)” is full of playful vibes which reflects on love, intimacy and emotions. The subtlety of the lyrics, the ambiance of the production, and a voice that’s able to document every feeling a relationship brings.
Karma has an ability to belt a soulful hook at one moment and the next moment showcase a double turn dance move with precision. He has the ability to mix the two different spectrums of music and dance, while looking and sounding great doing it.
Karma Butler is a Pop offshoot peppered with dance sensibilities and an overarching urban twist. His ability to transition from pop charting tracks to dance club derivatives and standard electronic atmospheres, is impressive. Dynamics like these make it possible for any album project to never to fall flat at any point.
This is certainly a talent that cannot be overlooked in today’s oversaturated market. “Baby Let Me (Noizz Factor Club Mix)” switches gears from its intro grooves into a fully blown club ready banger, and by the time you get to the chorus, the tension in this tale grows, and the beat builds until the desire for the drop is palpable.
The welcome maturity of skill and content forged by Karma Butler, matches the lean, cohesive, tightly wound beat that drives “Baby Let Me (Noizz Factor Club Mix)”. His performance is gripping as the song unravels and expands, exuding the confidence and professionalism of a star solo act. If Karma’s credits don’t skyrocket within the year, it will be a perversion of justice.
Karma Butler uses all of his experiences – from life, music, commercials, being a star of a national Credit Karma commercial, an actor in the original American Pie film, runway model for Adidas, PGA and Reebok, a faculty instructor for Virginia’s Governor’s School for the Arts, guest choreographer with The National and Regional High School Dance Festivals, and many studios abroad – to help spread his message. Since 2009, Karma has also been mentoring the careers of young entrepreneurs, performers and musicians by promoting their talents on several televisions shows produced by his production company when often assuming the role of Executive Producer.
Karma continues to find himself moving closer to his moral compass from his childhood in Pennsylvania, and Virginia, where he became inspired to perform and work on his dreams, that includes making sure he helps others along the way to achieve theirs. For the rest of 2019, he plans to tour the southeast region using his music, dancing and acting skills to reach those need the push to keep going even when things are tough, as well as promote his “Get Good Karma” clothing and accessory lines.
Special Thanks & Credits:
Photography By: Tyler Mark Photography
“Karma’s Motivational Speaking Team”
Manager: Nanette Gregory
Multimedia and Event Producer
of AMA Productions, LLC: Alan Ashe
Producer/Editor: Japheth Lewis
Google Play: http://bit.ly/BabyLetMeNoizzFactorClubMixGoogle
Clothing & Accessory Line: https://getgoodkarmastore.com