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Keira - The Show (Medley of U.N.I.T.Y., Only One, and Rebound)

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A medley of Keira's music "U.N.I.T.Y.," "Only One," and "Rebound." This music video was part of The Show: A Celebration of 75 Years produced by Rob Lewis and Ash Rodriguez. To watch the full virtual experience of The Show click here:


1. U.N.I.T.Y.- Queen Latifah Songwriter(s): James Lynch, Keira Smith
2. Only One- Londynn B Songwriter: Keira Smith
3. Rebound- Keira Smith Songwriter: James Lynch

Keira Smith: Lead Singer, Songwriter, and Director
Riley Smith: Music Producer
James Lynch: Songwriter
Malcolm Hailey: Arranger/Music Director
Erik Cody: Choreographer/Dancer
Camryn Mulbarger: Dancer
Vicktavion Jones: Videographer
Leslie Abbott: Makeup Artist/Hairstylist

Keira (Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals)
IG: https://www.instagram.com/_iamkeira._/​

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