Kesia Drops A Great Tune: Let Go

kaisa The talent Kesia, born Kasia Ruth Kamphata has deserves an international recognition. Letting this unbelievable talent die, will be one of the worst mistakes, people capable of uplifting it will ever make. She was born in 1993 on the 13th of April, and spent much of her time practicing music at church choir and school. She is an RnB, Soul and Pop artist to be labeled a star soon. She has that flexible tongue and unique singing style that makes her music worth listening.

After dropping “Where Do You Go” in 2016, she is back in 2017 to feed her Fans with the feel of good music as usual. A very nice tune with an African feel in it by the name “Let Go” is her latest single which was released on the 15th of February this year.

Kesia, who is currently  at Livingstonia University doing a Human Rights Programme; says the song talks about we as Africans. She says we need to embrace the fact that we are Africans and that it is the most important Identity all of us Africans will ever hold. The song talks about the importance of loving our Culture, Nation and Continent.

This informative and educative song was recorded at Abstract Records in Blantyre, Chileka. It starts with an attracting guitar together with a bit of humming from the background. The humming and the Guitar makes one relax as mature vocals of Kesia penetrate through the well made instrumental. When she starts singing, no one can stop listening until the song comes to an end because of the gifted Voice and style she has.

You can all imagine how an artist inspired musically by International Artists like Emily Sande, Lira and Jhène Aiko can be. The message in Kesia’s music is strong, suitable for the Human Race to get. She believes in listening to music that leaves one in deep thoughts at the end. And if you have much love for good music in general, then Kesia’s new single is a perfect start for the week.

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My Real name is Dennis Matekenya.. Been dark virtue since 2009 putting out music with groups like Hidden Knowledge and The Union of death. My music is hard to categorize cause I really blend Dancehall and Hip Hop and the subject matter changes from time to time based on what I am going through at the time.

The beat for “Talk is cheap” was done by Dj Sley. thirdI asked Third eye to bless the song with a verse and we came up with the tune. We recorded the song at BFB’s studio.

The song comes from the frustration that I feel when these “artists” portray a certain image on TV, interviews, and you get to find out that they are not even about that life.

They’re “shook” when you meet them yet sounded like some tough guys on the radio. Claiming to make crazy amounts of money yet their pockets are dry Hahaha. I just live my life with no pretense and I embrace it. “you can say my dress codes’s rugged but you can’t say I don’t spit flames”




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Pinky Ice,  real name “Faith Singini” After putting a mark with her last hit song titled “BARDO” the echelon’s leading lady has never stopped working hard. She is not leaving any room for upcoming urban artists and now she is back with yet another smash hit, titled “MERCY”. She is a unique and blessed young lady, how she fuses Afro music and urban music in this song is amazing! The song is supported by label mate Kelvin Sings and a beat from “Blage The Black Genius” you can see how this completes the song extra ordinarily.

Mercy talks about a gal/boy who have been left or dumped by their partner and the events that occur after that. Its a very dope song that anyone can relate to, with lyrics so mature like fine wine and a beat that compliments it, oh lord have mercy… She’s one of the female artists to look out for!

Am yet to have a full interview with the artist to talk more about the song, If she is planning to release a mix-tape or Album and her music career. So we can really know who pinky Ice is.

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