Liverpool-based teenage singing sensation Jennifer King is set to make her mark on the music industry with the release of her debut single "Go," streaming on all platforms worldwide from January 20th, 2023. The 15-year-old's talent has already been recognized by BBC Radio, with her song featuring on BBC Introducing, and by U.S TV show The Young and The Restless.

Originally written by UK singer-songwriter Tim Arnold for his 90's indie rock band Jocasta, King has reinvented the song as a pop R&B anthem. Currently recording her own material with Toronto-based producer Ben Pelchat for her debut album, she cites SZA, Alicia Keys, and Adele as her main musical influences. "Go" will be released by Atlantic Bridge Music.

To celebrate the release, King will be debuting the single live at the popular Verona music venue in Merseyside on the day of the single’s release, and will be opening for Starsailor singer songwriter James Walsh at The Snug on February 18th. This marks a significant milestone for the young artist, who has already garnered attention for her talent and potential.

With its catchy melodies and King's powerful voice the track signals a strong start to her career and a bright future ahead. As she continues to develop her craft and make a name for herself in the industry, King is definitely an artist worth keeping an eye on. Stream ‘Go’ by Jennifer King here.