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AML Approved Music: ‘Kokoma’ by K9 (Audio) – @misturrk9

I am totally feeling EVERYTHING about this track from Trybe Records’ artist K9. The musical arrangements, the melody, the lyrics, everything.I also like that his musical influences are all local. How cool is that? This song is also an easy cross over into neighboring country Ghana since I think I hear a Ghana accent juxtaposed with a Nigerian one.

Totally dope track and I definitely think we have a hit on our hands. He gives us an insight on what he worked with. K9 worked with the:

1. Kick drum;
2. Snare drum;
3. Extra percussion;
4. Sub bass;
5. Lead Synth;
6. Hook Synth; and the
7. Synth bass to make it all come together in the studio.

Alright folks, I’m out. Have a healthy and productive day. Peace.

Kokoma
[audio:https://africamusiclaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/KOKOMA.mp3]

Watch k9 in the studio here.

Cheers,
Uduak
-Twitter: @uduaklaw

FIRST OFFICIAL RELEASE FROM TRYBE RECORDS ARTIST K9

Trybe Records set to “Unleash” K9

Trybe Records is set to unleash the multi-talented “K9” with the release of a freestyle entitled “Kokoma”. The self-produced “Kokoma” freestyle showcases K9’s abilities as a producer, vocalist, and versatile songwriter.

The freestyle serves as the first taste of solo work for K9 since finishing as 1st Runner Up in the popular Trybe Records talent competition Top Talent and more recently featuring on eLDee’s club hit “Higher”. The song precedes a flood of material expected from Trybe Records’ artists in
the next few weeks, headlined by the pending release of K9’s 1st studio single.

Born Noble Ezeh, “K9” had his musical interests sparked by his brother at a young age growing up in Iperu remo, Ogun State. As a music and language aficionado, he honed his ability to play the keyboard while mastering the French language as a student receiving his B.A. from Imo State University. Also an avid dancer, K9 was influenced by modern dancers/vocalists like Chris Brown and Usher and strives to deliver the same caliber of stirring live performances. K9’s influences range from the vocal abilities of Tuface and Waje, to the rapping, production, and songwriting prowess of eLDee and MI.

In addition to his high profile feature on eLDee’s “Higher”, K9 also featured on eLDee’s Undeniable album on the popular tracks “Transformer Love” and “Zombie .  . .”

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1 Comment

  1. natural says:

    nice one k9 am feeling u to bone,and i hope to work with u.

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