Kaci Brown is an American pop/R&B singer born July 7, 1988 in Sulphur Springs, Texas. Remarkably, before attaining a record contract, at the age of 13, Brown signed her first publishing contract with Still Working Music, the company owned and run by Roy Orbison's widow, Barbara. Brown performed every weekend at oprys and venues across the state, honing her skills, but it was during her first trip to Nashville for the Fan Fair CMA Music Festival that she realized where she belonged.
In 2005 she released her first single "Unbelievable", it's video became a regular on MTV, it even hit #19 on a TRL top 20 special. Kaci's debut album Instigator was released on August 9, 2005. She made appearances on Jimmy Kimmel, MTV and ABC to promote the LP. Produced by Toby Gad and Brown (as well as writing 10 of the 11 songs), the album entered Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart at No.13.
By the end of 2005, she had summer touring dates with the Backstreet Boys. In January 2006 months after being released, "Unbelievable" entered Billboard Magazine's Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart at No.49 with support of the songs club mixes servicied to gay clubs, in just a few weeks the song was already in the Top 30.
Kaci Deanne Brown (born July 7, 1988) is an American pop and R&B singer. Born in Zeeland, Michigan, she moved with her family to Sulphur Springs at age 12 in 2001, then in 2003 moved to Nashville initially with the intention of developing a career in country music. Instead, she chose a pop career and toured with the Backstreet Boys. At age 17, she released her debut album Instigator via Interscope Records in 2005. She co-wrote all but one of the album's songs with producer Toby Gad.
She has charted two singles on the U.S. Dance/Club Play Songs chart.