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Kevin Too Good is the Soul controller

We are talking about Namibian Gqom music and Deep House.

You probably haven’t listen to his latest release Slaves to the Rhythm yet isn’t it? You probably wondering who I’m talking about, ok seat back as I tell you all about him.

Timothy Candelson aka Kevin Too Good is all the way from the North(Ongwediva). He started making music in 2017 basically because he wanted to here new sound and he says ” I mean if I want new music I make it”.

The young fella who is an Electronic student currently only have one project out, an EP which genre is a mixture of Gqom and Tribal house and has worked with rather interesting individuals on his EP. He features vocalists from Angola, South Africa as well as Namibia.

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Currently, Kevin has released a radio version for his song Slaves To The Rhythm which he produced featuring Waters and Lavinia the guitarists. Listening to the song it gives you a Heavy K The Drum Boss or rather Prince Kaybee from South Africa feel, the song is so smooth and welcoming to the ear it legit puts you in a mood for a Saturday thrive or a Sunday session.
Kevin who’s album is still to drop says he came up with the name Slaves To The Rhythm way before his lyrics.

What inspired the title of his song is his production work, mind you he produces himself and he is trying to put himself in a position as a Soul Controller to make us slaves to the rhythm that the song gives out. Indeed he is going to capture many people with this beautiful song.

Kevin Is too Good for us! Keep on a look out for the young man.

Rosalia Hipondokahttps://unwrap.online
Media Student Lifestyle and Entertainment Journo

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