Kabaka Pyramid @ Reggaejam 2014, Interview, Photos

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  • Thursday, 04 September 2014 00:00
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This creative conscious lyricist Keron Salmon a.k.a Kabaka Pyramid is really an evolving artist. His abilities are easily noticed through his creativity in words, his strengths working through his lyrics. Born in Kingston, Jamaica, reggae  and hip hop music always seemed to have been at the forefront of this youths life and had a great influence on the artist we know to date.

Kabaka's multi-skilled abilities add to the essence of music that he creates distinguishing from all other artist, this mixture is one, that clearly can indentify in his music with the reggae, hip hip fusion. He seems to have agained more fans over the past year after his tour in Europe. At Reggaejam it was clear that his popularity had risen and even the response from the audience singing along to his music. Clearly states that his musical journey is on par. I really enjoy his music, especially because I too enjoy hip hop music. It really is great seeing an artist like Kabaka Pyramid progress.

Big up!

Written by: Lauren,  Photographs: Yeke, interview and videos by: Yeke & Brian






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Lauren, a professional communications expert from South Africa, loves to learn new languages and cultures. She is always willing to share her expertise on the African culture and lifestyles. Through her social interactions with others, she decided her own social projects in her homeland to launch Africa.

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