After The Voice

Kylie Rothfield serves up an addictive new single


You might remember Kylie Rothfield from her soulful and sassy performance of “Hound Dog” on Season 11 of The Voice.

Well, the sass and the soul is back.

Kylie just released a single called “Miss Me” and an accompanying music video you can check out at right.

I’d say it’s rather addictive.

Written by Kylie and Eric Zayne, the song marks the post-Voice debut for the singer who’s been busy touring with fellow Voice contestants Christian Cuevas, Brendan Fletcher and Aaron Gibson.

But Kylie has been writing songs since she was 12 and released an EP (2014’s “Rag Doll”) and a trio of singles before appearing on The Voice.

Twenty-three when she auditioned for the show, Kylie landed a spot on Team Alicia and advanced all the way to the Top 20 before being eliminated.

You can follow Kylie through her website and Facebook page. On Twitter, she’s @kylierothfield.

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