Born Kaleena McNabb in Rotorua, K'Lee shot to fame as a 16 year old with her 2001 cover of 1980s Mr Mister ballad 'Broken Wings'. It reached number two in the local charts, and was followed by another three hit singles from the album K'Lee. She was the first female NZ artist to achieve four Top 20 singles off a debut album. K'Lee spent seven years in the US, where she toured with major stars including Coolio and Missy Elliott. K'Lee then returned downunder and joined the announcing team at Mai FM. Her single 'Tables Have Turned' was released in 2012.
K'Lee was just 17 when this song took the New Zealand charts by storm, peaking at Number two. Her self-titled album produced another three hits for the Rotorua-born teenager. She was the first female NZ artist to achieve four top 20 singles off a debut album. The song is a cover of a 1980s ballad by UK band Mr Mister. The video, directed by Greg Riwai, features multiple K'Lees in the same scene, while singing in sync. Further sharply rendered visual effects work sees doves flying out of torn-up photographs.