In his recent video the producer teams up with Jazz Propser & Reverb 7 to deliver visuals for his afrobeat record “More Life” which dropped about a month ago. The Chris-Shoca directed video sees the trio living it up in familiar up market club (Pablos) with a few cameos from Youngnash, Simba Tags not forgetting to mention award winning Dj Ray Dizz. On 6th of October they have set to do a promo launch at Pablo’z Club.
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The day that each Kapital K fan has been sitting tight finally touched base on the 31st of January 2017. Known for being a bragadocious schmuck and loudly expressing his bravado on most of his tracks , “It Feels Good To Be Home” showed some evolution to Kapital K’s rapping style and lyrical content. The choice of instrumentals is incredibly outstanding! The hooks on each track are extremely melodic and exceptionally appealing.
My undisputed favourite song on this project is Komfortable sofa. In my own opinion i think this is the song he lyrically excels I don’t think anyone will dare argue that ‘Komfortable sofa is the best song on the EP. The chorus is pretty catchy as K talks about finally escaping his comfortable zone.On his verses Keezy confidently calls out all his critics and praises those who had faith in him from the get go. The song kinda reminds me of Dj Khaled’s “No New Friends” Kapital K took you in his life on this track and his life is pretty interesting.
Despite the fact that Kapital K has spent most of his life abroad, he doesn’t disregard his homeland, he gives a couple shout outs on songs like “No Pressure”, “Whipping it” and “Diaspora” a single dropped in 2016, were he raps in his mother tongue and switches his flow on the last verse with some pretty descent word play referencing his publicity stunt at the REVOLT Music Conference 2015.
Everyone wanna know what happened with Diddy/Had a conversation andKapital K
heabout to take off /And Imma take all y’all with me
In the event that you searching for something to start a celebration with or hop to!! “Juice in my cup” and “Whipping it” will in all likelihood be your most solid option!! This two tracks complement each other no wonder they sit next to each other on the track list . “Whipping it” produced by Canadian producer Omito kinda sounds like something from Drake’s “If You Reading This Its too Late”, if you listen carefully to the beat you can hear what i assumed kinda sounds like Drake’s signature “6” sample in the background.
“Whipping it” is Kapital K at his most boastful in the entire Ep, Honestly have know idea what he was referring to by whipping it but I think we can all speculate that “whipping it” might, just be another metaphor for “im working/hard” .”Juice in my cup” is a typical Kapital K track if you are acquainted with his past material you will definitely concur.The flow and beat are great case of an impeccable marriage.
Overall, “It Feels Good to Be Home” has a great vibe to it: A 9 track venture with a bonus guest appearance from Dancehall artist Buffalo Soulja and South African artist Aewon Wolf and a line up of talented producers .Definitely something you ought to check out
The art of producing rhythmic drum beats, and musical sounds using the mouth is the speciality of the artists known as beatboxers. Beatboxers exploit the same mechanisms observed in human speech production to create musical effects. Beatboxing is an art form that is more common in the hip hop culture, it originated in the 1980s.
Doug E. Fresh was one of its early pioneers, i recently interviewed Probeats, Zimbabwe’s very own human beat machine. This incredible human beat machine and his many capabilities continues to amaze us all. Probeatz is able to imitate many different sounds including those of a Dj turntables, drums & even dubstep effects.
When and why did you start beatboxing?
I started beatboxing in 2009 and I just have this love for sound and Rhythm both artificial and Natural…
What was the first beat you learned?
I started beatboxing Billie jeans from Michael Jackson.
Is your family musical?
Not really, but my Uncle used to sing in a recording church Choir that was called the anointed vocals before he left for the UK.
How did you hook up with JIBILIKA
I met Plot Mhako at a local talent show I was participating in.
Which famous musicians do you admire? Why?
I admire David Guetta, Calvin Harris, Dj Mustard and Take Fizzle because they are good beatmakers.
What have you done to support diversity in your art?
Well, I do beatbox to local
Do you get nervous before a performance.
Yes lol ,just like any other normal artist i do
What was your first song you learned?
my first song was Billie jeans from Michael Jackson
How do you react to criticism?
I don’t react to criticism kkk,because most people do not really understand my art.
How often and for how long do you practice?
I practice for 2 to 3hrs everyday
How do you balance your art with other obligations?
Well beatbox is what i love doing so i always have time for it,though i have other things i do…