New Music: Kwamz – “What is This”

Kwamz - What is This
Kwamz – What is This
Following the successful release of ‘Again’ featuring SONA, Official UK Afrobeat chart featured artist, Kwamz continues his 2020 takeover with his brand-new single ‘What is This?’ ahead of his forthcoming highly anticipated EP set for release this Autumn. Listen here:

Produced by Kwamz himself, ‘What is This?’ is a summer anthem that denotes a day in the life of a guy pursuing his significant love interest during these testing times, so she can have a good time and leave all the bad energy behind. For ‘What is This?’ Kwamz combines witty lyricism, melodic synths, over an up-tempo beat.

Encouraging listeners to get more acquainted with him as he shares his testimony of perseverance, whilst offering a unique perspective on the trending Afro-Pop sound.
He is one of the most promising talents to emerge from the UK Afrobeat scene of late, delivering a run of singles that have influenced the growth in his popularity such as ‘Lights On’, ‘Again’ and more recently ‘Dance With The Kings’ featuring Mista Silva, Flava and A-Star.

Kwamz’s foothold in the UK has opened his reach, making way for him to receive support from a variety of mainstream platforms such as; Westside Radio, The Beat 1036 FM London, BBC 1XTRA and BBC 1XTRA Afrobeat podcast.

If ‘What is This?’ is anything to go by, we can only expect phenomenal things from Kwamz going forward as he hones in on his craft and positions himself accordingly to leave a striking impact on the UK Afrobeat scene.

INSTAGRAM: kwamz123
FACEBOOK: Kwame Kwamz
TWITTER: @kwamz_k

Kwame Agyei (Cue)

Blogger, Digital Marketer & Med. Practitioner. Proud African reader, lover of nature and poetry. Blogging chose me unaware and I inked the contract with love.

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