Reminiscent of A Tribe Called Quest, K. Dub’s flow cascades effortlessly over immaculately produced beats for enticing and engaging songs that represent himself, his identity, and the Elm City. K. Dub’s most recent album, Elm City Trees, sports seven tracks that explore Black identity and what it means to be a Black man in smooth prose and smoother beats. If you’re looking for flow for days, look no further.
West African singer-songwriter Okaidja incorporates percussion, traditional dance, and vocals in Ga, one of the languages of Ghana, into his Afropop vocals and soft guitar pickings. Okaidja, who performed as a youth in the Ghana Dance Ensemble, uses music to educate on a global scale.
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