It’s time for the music industry to embrace fresh energy.
Armed with it? The African musician Kwaye.
Good news for the high-flying, fast-rising performer below…
With 266,379 fans tuning in to him on Spotify each month, the entertainer has seen his numbers on the platform glide to dizzying heights this week as more of the world catches on to his craft.
This week, his jam ‘Sweetest Life‘ crossed the 3.5 million streams point as its follow-up ‘Lost in my Boots‘ sails to similar territory with 2.7 million streams to his name.
Both tracks appear on his ‘Solar’ EP and lead the way for his next studio project which is set for release this year.
Beyond excited to announce that on October 17th I’ll be releasing my new EP ‘Love & Affliction’, followed by my debut headlining show at the one and only @OmearaLondon on October 30th! Tickets are on sale tomorrow, Friday September 28th @ 9am. London – we’re coming for you 🌞 pic.twitter.com/IrxbqWuJk1
— KWAYE (@kwaye) September 27, 2018
With his numbers in mind we ask…
Why do you think acts like himself Daniel Caesar, SZA & HER are faring better critically and commercially than their club-hit making peers?