Our very own Trap Soul nobleman Kly drops his long-awaited single Pamela.
Siya “KLY” Mkize, has, for the longest time now been teasing fans with the release of a new joint. He first posted this clip on Instagram of a 3.am studio session captioned;
MAKE IT STOP❗️❗️❗️❗️
KLY gives us a taste of something new to come. Listening to the clip it is hard to ignore the afrobeat influence prevalent in the track. But this is not the track he will be dropping today (11 October 2019). The track he is dropping is called ‘Pamela’ and was initially intended to drop earlier this month, specifically on the 4 October 2019. This release was later cancelled and pushed to a later date (11 October 2019). This was due to some undisclosed distribution complications faced by the artist.
“IT SADDENS ME TO SAY THAT THE SONG WONT BE DROPPING ON THE 4TH OCTOBER BUT IT WILL BE DROPPING ON THE 11TH OCTOBER .
Complications with distribution but all sorted now.
Pamela is a set closer to the direction KLY wants to take with his music and that is to introduce a more African influence to his music. What screams and represents African music more than Afrobeat? The joint was produced by Mr Kamera, is known for his Afrobeat productions. KLY aims to resonate with the African audience, regardless of background and what country they’re from.
“Kamera hit me up, he was ‘Yo bro, I got this beat for you.’ So I went through to the crib. When I got there he was going in with the beat, he hit me with the drums, he had the African drums. So I was okay cool, I told him my vision as far as wanting to doing more African music, more African sounds.”
“I wanted to make something for the African woman everywhere not just South Africa. I’m talking African woman in Ghana, Nageria, Zambia, Namibia, Zimbabwe, you name it.”
KLY added further.
You can download/ stream Pamela on major digital streaming platforms.
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