Music Review: KWAYE takes the Neo-Soul Cake

  • Akila Clark

  • Tue 26th 2018

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Before I really get into this, I want to give a huge shout out and thanks to KWAYE for bringing good music to a whole new level!! (applause emoji)

When this song first started he wasn’t singing much, but the beat was so vibrant and reminds me of the soft jams that play in the reggae clubs at 2 am. Once his vocals come into play you hear this deep and loving tone. Can we say effortless? It’s not fair that my first listen was also the music video. I’m hearing island sounds mixed with neo-soul, watching KWAYE move vivacious with a bomb haircut and the best version of minimalistic style all in one. I already wanted to dance, but watching him crank a few moves really pulled the bounce from my shoulders.

In the description of the video he says, ” “I Go” is really about letting loose. So I wanted to shoot something really simple and handheld. We grabbed a camera and just went and shot for fun.” This is something I did not know and it made me love the song even more! Again, effortless. I appreciate him incorporating his Zimbabwean heritage in his music and movements. It’s amazing to know he got his big break after playing his demo for an Uber driver who just so happen to be a former A&R Executive.

If you’re looking for some summer tunes, be sure to add KWAYE to your playlists!

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Before I really get into this, I want to give a huge shout out and thanks to KWAYE for bringing good music to a whole new level!! (applause emoji)

When this song first started he wasn’t singing much, but the beat was so vibrant and reminds me of the soft jams that play in the reggae clubs at 2 am. Once his vocals come into play you hear this deep and loving tone. Can we say effortless? It’s not fair that my first listen was also the music video. I’m hearing island sounds mixed with neo-soul, watching KWAYE move vivacious with a bomb haircut and the best version of minimalistic style all in one. I already wanted to dance, but watching him crank a few moves really pulled the bounce from my shoulders.

In the description of the video he says, ” “I Go” is really about letting loose. So I wanted to shoot something really simple and handheld. We grabbed a camera and just went and shot for fun.” This is something I did not know and it made me love the song even more! Again, effortless. I appreciate him incorporating his Zimbabwean heritage in his music and movements. It’s amazing to know he got his big break after playing his demo for an Uber driver who just so happen to be a former A&R Executive.

If you’re looking for some summer tunes, be sure to add KWAYE to your playlists!

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