Kennedy Meeks releases his debut song ‘Saturday Night Interlude’

Kennedy Meeks like you have never seen him before.

Kennedy is not changing careers, although you potentially may hear some more of ‘Kenn’ on your playlists in the near future. Kennedy Meeks aka Kenn released his debut single on the weekend called ‘Saturday Night Interlude’.

Kennedy spoke to Ceiling is the Roof about this new side to him not many people have seen before.

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Kennedy spoke to Ceiling is the Roof about his new adventure in music:

@britishtarheel: Your song came out this weekend, how have you found the response so far mate?

“People are loving it so far. I just wanted to give them a new sound and outlook on rapping!”

Kennedy Meeks

@britishtarheel: How long have you wanted to do something like this?”

“Man I’ve been wanting to do this for so long, like since I was 14-15 years old. Never had enough courage to try it because of the whole focusing on basketball stuff, but the older you get the more you realize it’s ok to do more than one thing and be good at it.”

Kennedy Meeks

Kennedy Meeks’ partner, Carmyn, is a music artist herself and has been a great supporter of Kennedy’s new adventure.

@britishtarheel: Can we expect to see a duet with you and Carmyn in the future?

“Not a duet, but on a song together… of course. We already have some together!”

Kennedy Meeks

Go listen to Saturday Night Interlude by Kenn below and it’s available on all other platforms:

Kennedy was known for being a joker during his playing days at the University of North Carolina and many fans will remember his rendition of Whitney Houston’s ‘I Will Always Love You’ at Late Night with Roy. Kennedy never stepped away from the spotlight!

Kennedy Meeks has been playing overseas since 2018 after a year in the NBA G-League with Raptors 905. Meeks has played in Japan and South Korea. During the 2019/20 season, Meeks averaged over 20 and 10 for Levanga Hokkaido in the top-tier of Japanese basketball.

Kennedy started last season in Seoul, South Korea playing for Seoul Samsung Thunders alongside one of his best friends, Isaiah Hicks. Meeks was traded to Changwon LG Sakers but did not play many games for his new side before returning to America to get ready for the 2021/22 Season. I did ask Kennedy if he was moving to music full-time and away from basketball:

“I’ll never stop hooping, ever. The game has been good to me. You’ll find out soon my next team.”

Kennedy Meeks confirming he’s still playing basketball.

Kennedy Meeks will be playing professional basketball in the 2021/22 season and will be announcing soon his next team. Find out all the breaking news on Tar Heels playing overseas at

Have you listened to the Ceiling is the Roof Podcast yet? 

Joel Berry II joined the Ceiling is the Roof Podcast for an exclusive interview to announce his retirement from basketball, you can watch that episode below.

Ceiling is the Roof Podcast is a new interview-style podcast with former UNC basketball players as guests every episode. It launched in April 2021 and during the first season of the podcast, the guests have included Joel Berry IIKennedy MeeksMarcus GinyardJawad WilliamsDeon ThompsonBobby FrasorNate BrittJustin PierceLeslie McDonald and Brandon Robinson.


The Podcast is also available on many different platforms; YouTubeSpotifyApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsPocket CastsRadioPublicCastbox and Anchor FM.

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