K-hi, formerly of currently disbanded ‘Slaeyez’ music group, is out with songs that speak volume of his individual talent, composition and production, making him the master of his own art.
While in the UK to sharpen his skills and broaden his musical journey, he has taken some time out of his busy production schedule, to feed his growing fans who are yearning for his vocal chords.
This is musicology at its best: his delivery on verses and choruses in the songs make one wonder, if he was hiding some of his talent while in the group.
In his latest music collections since their break, he has been able to show precision, passion and professionalism that did not exist before.
Considering his lyrics and flow on ‘Obra’ which means life in the Twi language, he lays bare the pieces of advice that needs to be adhered to in life, showing his maturity musically.
In that song, he featured Boy Nash, where the full force of the African instrumentation could be heard and felt in a Hip-hop vein.
‘Odo Nti’ is another song which translates as: because of love in the Twi language. This song seeks to ignite the rhythm and blues of the Ghanaian love culture.
This song is where K-hi slows the rhythm in accordance with the rap making a perfect blend with Safo, a female Ghanaian- UK rising star.
For those of you who might be thinking this EP is all about Hi or Hip life, wait till you listen to the reggae inspired ‘Don’t Leave’ which brings his reggae production skills to light.
‘Make I See Top’ is a song that starts with a bouncy beats but later flows into a chilling and listening angle with its bassline.
‘Sugar’ is well tailored and measured to mesmerize your taste in music, and it encapsulates all that K-hi Bangit is all about.
Simply put, try listening to any one of his songs, and you will know much more musically, about this rising star. The songs on the EP have got places for all kinds of moods and conditionality.
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