Kathryn Shipley is a force to be reckoned with since she became a recording artist in 2017. Having raised her children in her home state of Missouri and forged a professional career outside of the music industry she epitomizes brave. Her bravery is harnessed by her devotion and her relationship with her faith. "Kship" as she is known to her friends and fans crosses multiple genres with her vocal prowess including country music where she has amassed a great fan following.
KShip is a true artist as she creates from her heart and navigates back and forth between the country music and christian contemporary genres. With many notable awards under her belt since 2017 she is one of the fastest growing indie artists in the country and christian genre.
Her new single, “Your Love Is Enough” was released on June 5th. “Your Love Is Enough” is a song that captures and conveys the beauty of God's Love. The song is laced with themes of grace, redemption and speaks of the tenderness of God. It sings of the salvation and the victory of our faith. In all seasons of our life, our failures and victories, God's love will always be enough. Kathryn’s vocals are pure, and as inspiring and uplifting as the lyrics. Kathryn recorded her vocals remote in her homestate of Missouri due to covid19. It was important to Kathryn to release this single ahead of schedule with the hope that it will help people recognize that we are in this together and we have God.
"This song is so special to me.. It took so many twists and turns to get recorded because of Covid-19 and I knew that a music video was on the horizon.. (what I live for!) Then the senseless pain we are seeing as a country with the tragic and wrongful deaths, of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Brionna Taylor just in the last few months that the nation has witnessed via media .. my heart was sinking it still is.. it reminded me how far we have not moved forward in our mindsets and hearts.. This song makes you want to listen to the lyrics over and over.. It is true what the songwriters deemed this to be.. a song of Grace, Redemption our failures and our victories. Let this song open hearts, shift the way we treat people and most of all capture the essence of Love the way God has intended us to do so..."