We are just about to wrap up May and its always a pleasure highlighting some of the big beats touching the streets right here on KV. This past week we saw several intriguing hits and here they are:
Otile Brown – Kistaarabu
Otile seems to have found his rhythm and consistency. A month after he sang “Niseme Nawe” he is back with “Kistaarabu”. The jam produced by Teddy B has that Bongo Flava slowed down Chakacha vibe to it. This allowed Brown to showcase his vocal variants by singing in different keys. His writing, expression of affection for the lady and delivery is A plus. This should have a great run in the next month or three.
Kenrazy- Ile Kitu
“Ile kitu” follows Kenrazy’s usual protocol of witty lines, sheng lingo blends, heavy beat and flare on delivery. The outstanding club sound which aggravated back in the day is still alive and kicking. He now works as an independent artist after leaving Jomino recordings, and he sure has something hot for the masses. You have to listen to the song below; it takes different shapes and forms. All I can say about this record, welcome back Kenrazy!
The CEO of Pacho entertainment Naiboi is one soul who has realised you can reach the peak and find solace there. This is an incredibly sneaky release capitalizing on an event about to take place. We know Omarion will be in town this weekend, his smash hit for the year is “Distance” and it’s a crossover hit. Naiboi has his own rendition and he titled it “Distance Refix” with same concept and sound. I would say it’s an okey record but its longevity is limited to how much Omarion gets buzzed up here.
ShappaMan Feat Naiboi – No Love
On this very platform, we told you of Epic Studios up and running. Dj Crème and his team of producers teamed up with ShappaMan (formerly Camp Mulla) and Naiboi for the jam “No Love”. The song explores the topic of love and money taking over ladies lives. Naiboi is splendid on the background vocals. The Kapuka breath and its unique collabo make it stand out.Interesting to note they released a lyric video for their first project, a common occurrence with many artists since Nyashinski did so. The video was done by Touch Fx crew.
Interesting to note they released a lyric video for their first project, a common occurrence with many artists since Nyashinski did so. The video was done by Touch Fx crew.
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