Ever since her arrival in Southern California in the late `80s, Kimberly Brewer has ascended the ranks as vivacious and indispensable in multiple genres of music as a singer and songwriter. Her resume, first and foremost, includes touring the world and recording on three albums with the inimitable Stevie Wonder, including “If She Breaks Your Heart,” “Tasting Sunshine”) and Maysa (the fierce and funny kiss-OFF, “Mr. So Damn Fine”), a co-write with pop-rocker Robbie Nevil (“Tailor-Made Love”), and a co-write with Wonder entitled “Have Sweet Dreams,” lyricized from the point of view of Michelle Obama lovingly sending her husband President Barack Obama to sleep with thoughts of her admiration and affection for him (recorded by Maysa). finally, time for Kimberly’s close-up as she bows with her debut 6-song EP, Just That Sweet to Me, released on her very own Kimberly Records label. This tight, filler-free offering is the perfect introduction to what this beautiful lady – inside and out - has to offer. The lead-off single is the romantic and adoring title track, “Just That Sweet to Me,” featuring soprano saxophonist Walter Beasley and produced by Funk-Jazz bass master Byron Miller who co-composed the music with Greg Curtis. Handling all of the lead and background vocals, Kimberly’s wraparound sound is as confectionary as any candy.