5 Songs I Love w/ Kash Kaaria
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Following the release of her vibrant new single 'Si Unipende' we caught up with Kenyan Afro-Pop artist 'Kash Kaaria' to find out what influences her eclectic sound. If you like the tracks Kash picked be sure to check out 'Si Unipende' at the end of the article where she gives us a rundown of her latest release.
1. SAINt JHN - 'The Best Part Of Life'
"The Best Part of Life" is a heartfelt and grateful ode to his fans. The song is awash in warm, tropical sounds and Jhn's signature smooth vocals, and the lyrics are a celebration of the shared experience of music. It's a feel-good song that will make you want to dance and sing along."
2. Lana Del Rey - Summertime Sadness
“Summertime Sadness” is a dreamy, melancholic ballad about the bittersweetness of summer love. The song's wistful lyrics and lush soundscape perfectly capture the feeling of longing for something that is both beautiful and fleeting. It's a song that will make you want to both cry and dance at the same time."
3. Beyoncé - Heated
"Beyoncé's "Heated" is a fiery, dancehall-inspired track that finds the Queen Bey asserting her power and independence. The song's empowering lyrics and infectious beat are sure to get you moving, while its message of self-empowerment is sure to resonate with listeners of all ages. It's a song that will make you want to dance, sing, and feel your fiercest self."
4. Mnelia - White Lies
"Mnelia's "White Lies" is a raw and emotional ballad about the pain of heartbreak. The song's honest lyrics and vulnerable vocals perfectly capture the feeling of being betrayed by someone you love. It's a song that will make you feel seen and understood, and it's sure to resonate with anyone who has ever been through a breakup."
5. Kash Kaaria - Si Unipende
“"Si Unipende” is a song which just makes me smile. Contentment is the word which comes to my head cause this song is an embodiment of my journey as an artist. The song itself is about two lovers, each telling the other to simply just love them. It’s a fun-loving, summer-vibes song whose lyrics connect with the listeners and make you feel all groovy."