To say the country, and the world as a whole needs a little healing is an understatement. From different strains of covid popping up more than new marijuana strains in dispensaries, to ongoing violence in the streets losing beloved street prophets, it's safe to say we could all use an injection of positivity in our lives.The song Self Love (Frequency) by rapper/songwriter KingDarius TheGreat & R&B sensation/Actress Aria Marie, is just what the doctor ordered. From the piano driven intro on the melodic style beat, to the beautiful hummingbird rifts of Aria as she leads into an inspirational, soul touching display on the chorus, listeners know they are in for a dose of divine energy. That's when it gets even More interesting. As KingDarius TheGreat Delivers an equally inspiring, rollercoaster of positive vibes, packed with an extremely polished flow, similar to Picasso's paintbrush. The Rhyme schemes, the wordplay, the punchlines, are all done in exquisite fashion, effortlessly it seems. We are then treated to this same display on the second verse from King Darius, all the while being serenaded with passion in its purest form by Aria Marie with an exclamation point of a finish. All in all, with the climate of today's daily struggles, one listen to Self Love (Frequency) will definitely have you feeling much better for Four minutes and ten seconds out of your day.
With impeccable flows and unique cadences and vocal use, It’s safe to say Spoddie C is easily a heavy sleeper for the upcoming independent artist community. With multiple styles of rap, Spoddie C easily conveys his message as a product of his environment but able to contain and beats odds by always sticking to his own lane. You can see the creativity and versatility in his newest track “Automatic” on YouTube, Apple Music and all Major Platforms. Links are below!
Krafy Kay, is a Zambian Hiphop/Rnb/Afro/Kalindula artist from Lusaka. His musical journey started out in the early days in Secondary school in a talent club Called Talent promotion (TP). At Kabulonga High school for Boys. Krafy Kay also believes African artists should embrace the African sound and produce music that is distinctively African. His goal in the next 3 years is to become one of the biggest artists in the country and to craft music that is internationally recognized.