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Kyle Clark

Kyle Clark is a songwriter, artist and producer born in Honolulu, Hawaii, raised in the small town of Jefferson, Georgia. Fueled by a diverse group of influences, strong work ethic and a love for country music. 


After winning the 101.5 Kicks Radio competition in Atlanta two years in row, Clark’s songs found their way to hit songwriter/producer Jordan Schmidt (Blake Shelton, Tyler Hubbard, Jason Aldean) and his brother Dane, who offered Clark a joint venture publishing deal with Jordan partnered with Sony Music Publishing in 2019. Within the first year, Clark co-wrote his first RIAA certified Gold single (Lily Rose's “Villain”) and since then has penned major label cuts for Jon Pardi, Mitchell Tenpenny, Restless Road, Mackenzie Carpenter, Erin Kinsey and Chayce Beckham.


Facing a global pandemic in 2020, Clark focused his efforts on learning how to produce his own music, soaking up every bit of knowledge he could from his mentor Jordan Schmidt and his roommate Jacob Durrett (Morgan Wallen, BRELAND, ERNEST). His efforts paid off in early 2022 when one of his videos caught fire on TikTok: with over 21,000 pre-saves, Hope It’s Hot Out was released on May 27th, 2022, crossing 1 million streams its first week. Since then the song has garnered over 35,000,000 streams independently across all platforms.


Towards the middle of 2023, Kyle was introduced to father son duo, Dennis and Jesse Matkosky along with hit songwriter and artist Michael Hardy (HARDY). They quickly took interest in representing Kyle and offered him a publishing deal. At the start of 2024 Kyle partnered with Relative Music Group, marking the start of a new and exciting chapter in his career. 

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