Ratings Game Music Article - Katelyn Seary Glows On “I Don’t Know How You Do What You Do”

There’s nothing like kicking it with someone that is special to you.  Ratings Game Music gives "I Don't Know How You Do What You Do", 4 out of 4 Stars.

Katelyn Seary projects the excitement of a new relationship with ‘I Don’t Know How You Do What You Do’

Leading with catchy pop sensibilities Katelyn Seary gives an upbeat performance in ‘I Don’t Know How You Do What You Do’ proving her true artistic qualities.

Daily Music Roll Magazine Interview!

American pop star Katelyn Seary’s new single ‘I Don’t Know How You Do What You Do’ is becoming a mega-hit.

Upcoming American pop singer-songwriter Katelyn Seary has been involved in the music business since she was very young. Growing up with the influence of Disney superstars like Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, and more, the brilliant singer and songwriter have devoted her life to the art of music-making.

Recently, she sat down with us to do an interview, where she revealed interesting facts about her new song I Don’t Know How You Do What You Do and herself.

Hello Katelyn Seary! Congratulation on the success of your latest song! It is becoming a sensation on major streaming platforms. And thank you for taking some time from your busy schedule for the interview.


Get To Know Pop Singer and Songwriter “Katelyn Seary”- Muzique Magazine


Katelyn Seary is a next-generation pop singer/songwriter whose passion was sparked by the legendary House of Mouse. A self-described “Disney baby” who witnessed the career evolutions of Disney-bred superstars like Selena Gomez, Miley Cyrus, and Demi Lovato, Seary found that watching their concerts on YouTube brought her happiness like no other.

That feeling ultimately led her to pursue a musical career of her own, and despite being homeschooled, she found ways to perform by enrolling in music school and singing in showcases.

It’s fitting that her first performance in front of an audience—at just six years old—was a cover of Cyrus’ hit, “The Climb,” and the standing ovation she received afterward solidified her passion to one day see her name in lights.

While still practicing music, Seary parlayed her homeschooling into early high school graduation and a two-year head-start on college, all in the name of making time to write and sing her own material. As she says, “being homeschooled gave me the flexibility of making my own schedule at my own pace.”

Over the years, she has learned to let the music come to her how it may, abandoning formality in favor of midnight inspiration. “Sometimes I will actually wake up from a deep sleep and have a melody pop into my head,” she says of her creative process. “I would then run out of bed and sing and record the melody, so I don’t forget it.”

When did you discover your love for your craft and what made you realize you wanted to pursue a career in it?

I have always loved to write and tell stories through my writing. I have also always wanted to be a singer/songwriter ever since I can remember. I first fell in love with ballroom dancing as I loved watching the ballroom dancers tell a story through dance.

I started ballroom dancing and competing when I was 11 and loved it. There was always something about music that felt so magical to me. No feeling could ever beat the way how I feel when listening to my favorite song or watching my favorite artists singing on YouTube during their concerts.

I loved seeing how happy the audience would get during a Taylor Swift and/or a Selena Gomez concert. Seeing people in the audience and watching their faces light up and hearing everyone singing together to all their favorite songs is incredible.

It would be a dream come true to make people happy through my music and to see people singing and dancing to my songs. Especially during times like this when we need to reach out and make people happy and forget about what is going on around them right now.