I See What You Mean with April Kae

Surviving Abuse, Making Pop Music For Queers, And Embracing Femme Sex Appeal — Kady Rain, Musician

November 24, 2020 April Kae Season 1 Episode 4
I See What You Mean with April Kae
Surviving Abuse, Making Pop Music For Queers, And Embracing Femme Sex Appeal — Kady Rain, Musician
Show Notes

// Content Warning: This episode contains descriptive discussion of sexual assault, overdose, and domestic violence. // Kady Rain has been making music since she was a child, but in 2014 her career really took off after she left an abusive relationship that nearly cost her her life.

Since then, the resilient Kady Rain has released countless hits, including “RAD Moves,” NPR’s 2018 Song of the Summer. She has performed at Austin City Limits Music Festival and named Austin’s Next Megastar by multiple publications, all while advocating for feminist and LGBTQIA+ causes.

Join us as Kady gets brutally honest about the experiences that changed the game for her, allowing her to become the powerful person she is today. She opens up about everything from being the baddest straight-A student you’ve ever met, to the horrific ten days she spent in the hospital that changed her life.

Tune in to learn how this technicolor, big-hearted songbird discovered her true potential.