I pay homage to my african roots through my rhythms and beat patterns, spending half my life in the uk, you can hear the personality of the region through my music. Shoutout to Notorious B.I.G for being the first rapper I had ever listened to, I remember sneaking into my dad’s car as kid, he had a copy of ‘Ready To Die’, magical, I listened to that religiously. My influences range from a wide spectrum, I love mixing the most obscure sounds and finding the beauty in it, I think of myself as a master of layering sounds that take you other worlds. Inspired by the 70’s, Space (haha), Fiction, Fantasy and life experiences.
I can get in where I fit in, that’s the motto I chant, my peers consider me to be a chameleon, like water. Not only is it my astrological element, but is infused in the very nature of my music. I like to push the boundaries when I’m writing, using words as colours, I guess one would call that abstract. Take a seat was written during a time a great transformation in my life, leaving London, then going to Zimbabwe for a few months. A challenging period in the sense that I felt I had no control of the direction to which my life was heading, I had to come to acceptance and surrender, take a seat and allow nature to take place.