Kae Tempest is a British poet, spoken word artist, and playwright. They were born on 22 December 1985 in Brockley, London, England, UK. Formerly known as Kate Tempest, they have gained recognition as an award-winning spoken-word recording artist. In 2013, they won the prestigious Ted Hughes Award for their project "Brand New Ancients." Since then, Kae has released several albums including "Everybody Down" (2014), "Let Them Eat Chaos" (2016), and "The Book of Traps and Lessons" (2019). In 2022, they changed their name to Kae for their latest album release. In August 2020, Kae announced a change in pronouns from she/her to they/them.
Throughout their career, Kae Tempest has captivated audiences with their powerful performances and thought-provoking lyrics. Their unique blend of poetry and music creates a mesmerizing experience that resonates with listeners on a deep level.
To learn more about Kae Tempest's work and explore their discography, visit the official website or check out releases under the label Kate Calvert.