Hailing from the South, Joy Kate is a multifaceted singer, songwriter, producer, actress, and instrumentalist who was accepted into the NYU Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at age 16. She has been working with music industry professionals since an early age including Marty Rifkin (LeAnn Rimes, Bruce Springstein ), Tom Paden/Eddie Gentry (Aaron Neville, Tammy Wynette), Margaret Becker (four- time Grammy Nominee), Tom Michael (Shannon LaBrie, Twenty One Pilots), Judy Rodman ( One Way Ticket), Britton Cameron (former staff writer Warner Chappell, Big Machine Records), Sharke (Harrison Boyd, Charles Harke) and Mike Piazza and Johnny Black (Tori Kelly). Her debut artist style encompassed cinematic alternative pop combining her experiences in acting (Malicious - Netflix and Indigo Valley - Grammy award winning director) with her ecclectic pop musicianship. She now finesses two artist brands as she also operates incognito as Little Law (NDA) where she mysteriously and anonymously seeps into the minds and space of her audience, fans, teachers, peers, cultures, industries, and even technology creating a space where she can amplify her intelligence and deepest, darkest, and most personal observations, secrets, and emotions. Little Law self describes as just a girl with a flair for dramatics, but in all actuality, she is anything but "just a girl" as she immerses her audience into an eerie vulnerable haven where no one will be judged or left behind to face harsh realities on their own. She often incorporates themes of empowerment, hope, inclusivity, anxiety, depression, and stating the elephant in the room with her poetic lyrics. Developing a new cinematic alternative, Lo Fi, indie pop/rock sound, she hopes to start uncomfortable conversations and evoke change through her art. Music has always been her escape and leading all those who will follow she morphs with the mark of queen of the underdogs as she invites listeners to join an emotional journey where she exposes internal conflicts involved with extreme highs and lows.