Singer, songwriter, film composer who plays a mean note on the piano, Kaline is a musician’s musician. It is clear in her work the care given to the sound and melodies, the effort to provide an experience to the listener instead of a mere three to five minutes of a good sounding audio file. Similar to Falana, she came to public conciousness while behind the piano and perfoming at different venues live rather than on the radio or being handpicked by an industry mentor. Admittedly, her training at the Berklee College of Music gives an edge that she has finetuned, crafted to develop a sound and an ear that soothes. With a vague semblance to soul singer Somi, Kaline’s most memorable song - to this writer at least - is a collaboration with South African DJ Da Capo, titled ‘Ki Lo Fe’. On the song Kaline asks if a certain someone wants love. We might answer and say yes and then some. More songs like that one.