Kelsey McJunkins, known professionally as Kelsey Lu, is a singer, songwriter and cellist based in Los Angeles, California.
|Birth name:||Kelsey McJunkins|
|Born:||1989/1990(age 29–30), Charlotte, North Carolina|
|Origin:||Brooklyn, New York|
|Genres:||Chamber pop, contemporary classical, avant-pop|
|Labels:||True Panther Sounds, Columbia Records|
|Associated acts:||Dev Hynes, Patrick Wimberly, Wet, Kelela, Sampha, Florence Welch, Solange, Skrillex|
|Twitter:||Kelsey Lu's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Kelsey Lu's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Kelsey Lu's Facebook profile|
|Spotify:||Kelsey Lu's Spotify|
|SoundCloud:||Kelsey Lu's SoundCloud|
|iTunes:||Kelsey Lu's iTunes|
About Kelsey Lu
Singer/songwriter and cellist who is predominantly recognized for the 2016 EP Church which was well received by music critics.
She attended the North Carolina School for the Arts for a year.
She performed alongside the alternative rap quartet Nappy Roots.
She was born to devout Jehovah's Witnesses.
She collaborated with Dev Hynes AKA Blood Orange on the single "Chance."
Information related to Kelsey Lu
- American Jehovah's Witnesses
- Musicians from Charlotte, North Carolina
- University of North Carolina School of the Arts alumni
- American cellists