Michael Kiwanuka does it again with his new album release Kiwanuka – Hello everyone, here I am again with another review proudly brought to you by your kindness. I am yet again experiencing that good brilliant Monday vibes regardless of the sentiments towards Mondays.
Curiosity is a good thing for music lovers and for anyone willing to spare their pair of ears so as to listen to listen to some simple but beautiful tunes.
I am currently in a phase of “You Ain’t the Problem”, in reference to the recent album production by the talented Michael Kiwanuka.
Michael is a multi-talented singer, songwriter, music producer and instrumentalist with powerful vocals is at it again.
Yes, another wonderful album has been bestowed upon us lovers of Indie folk music. Feeling blessed aren’t you, well you should.
The previous album Love & Hate did so well at the international market and also in the United Kingdom. With songs like Final Frame, Cold Little Heart, Black man in a white world and so on.
Many would wonder if the third album would do as good as its predecessor. I will let you draw up your own conclusions on that upon listening to “KIWANUKA”.
“Kiwanuka” is here, and honestly I couldn’t have asked for a better ending to the month of October and better beginning for November.
It is good not to expect too much, for there will be limited disappointment for you and KIWANUKA did not disappoint at all. I will stop talking now.
The Kiwanuka album has a total of 14 tracks
The Kiwanuka album has a total of 14 tracks, a relatively good number to keep listeners glued in for a while.
- You Ain’t the Problem
- I’ve Been Dazed
- Piano Joint (This Kind of Love) (intro)
- Piano Joint (This Kind of Love)
- Another Human Being
- Living In Denial
- Hero (Intro)
- Hard to Say Goodbye
- Final Days
- Interlude (Loving the People)
- Solid Ground
My thoughts on the Kiwanuka album
I can safely say; you guys are in for a ride if you haven’t yet gotten to listen to this album. The very first time I played this album I wasn’t sure if it would be as good as the previous album.
No matter how much I don’t want to play the same songs over and over again, I am in this cycle of “wait Hudson, let’s replay the entire album”.
I am not exaggerating but it is the kind that gets even better every time you listen to each and every song which is one of the reasons as to why I love Indies Folk music for a genre.
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Author: Hudson Okello
Hudson is a freelance author for Newslibre that loves writing about tech, entertainment and news around the world.