A newborn baby girl was abandoned at a train station in Hunan, China, 13 years ago. Her birth mother placed the tiny baby in a cardboard box when she was just a month old.
The sad infant, who had no name and was undesired, was rescued by a compassionate stranger who took her to an orphanage.
She remained there for a year before relocating to the United States with her new parents, Kim and Chuck Walker.
McKenzie Grace Walker, a popular singer, is the name of the young girl today.
McKenzie’s talent and popularity would have gone unnoticed if her foster parents, Chuck and Kim, had not found and adopted her when she was a child.
She is now a superstar thanks to her new parents.
McKenzie’s parents found her skill quickly after bringing her home, when they realized she had a phenomenal singing voice.
McKenzie’s mother first noted that she could perfectly replicate sounds and songs, that she always sang when she played, and that she leaped at the chance to sing and perform in front of her parents.
McKenzie’s foster parents, Chuck and Kim Walker.
“It happened shortly after we returned from China. McKenzie heard the alarm and walked over to the clock as it went off. A rooster crowing served as the alarm. When she replicated the crowing sound with the correct notes and pitch, she blew us away.” Kim stated.
They recognized McKenzie’s potential as a singer and enrolled her in vocal lessons. McKenzie’s skill was gradually shown, and she quickly embarked on a career as a vocalist.
“It was clear that music is a big part of who she is.”
She is now on a concert tour across the country, performing at elite locations such as large stadiums for sporting events. McKenzie signed a recording contract with Mansion Entertainment in 2015. She was given the opportunity to perform gospel music at church.
McKenzie never forgets her roots, even if she has become a well-known musician.
McKenzie is currently working with an international organization to help create orphanages for children in similar situations to herself, and she wanted to use her music to raise awareness about adoption.
McKenzie’s birth mother abandoned her, she was destined to travel to America, and she was blessed with a great voice, according to Kim and Chuck. It was all for McKenzie to put her skill to good use, just like Jeremiah 29:11, McKenzie’s favorite passage, “I know the plans I have for you, plans to give you hope and a future.”
McKenzie’s aims to help others who are unfortunate through her talent have completely motivated us, and we are excited to see her career take off to the next level.