K-Brwn Features Oxlade And DJ Boat On Debut EP “Fall In Love”

K-Brwn Features Oxlade And DJ Boat On Debut EP “Fall In Love”

American-based Nigerian Afropop sensation K-Brwn has released a new EP dubbed Fall In Love.

With unique melodies, percussion, and strings, K-Brwn’s debut EP “FALL IN LOVE” is an expression of what an afrobeat, pop, and EDM fusion tape sound like. Combining English lyrics with native Nigerian native languages; Igbo, Yoruba, and pidgin English; K-Brwn tells a story of love, happiness, and overall positive vibes.

From the up-tempo rhythm of “Fall in Love” Ft Oxlade, the soothing afro-Caribbean bounce of “Go crazy”, to the most captivating key progressions and lock drums on the scintillating amapiano record “Soke”; K-Brwn makes sure he tell his story in a way only him can.

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K-Brwn’s music always comes naturally to him. Since the days of watching musical idols like 2face Idibia achieve international acclaim from Nigeria; he knew right away that music was what he wanted to do. He grew up in Nigeria, in a household full of doctors and lawyers, however, a career in professional songwriting—or any career other than doctor or lawyer for that matter—was incomprehensible. Ultimately, he chose to become a lawyer. Even while pursuing his Law degree in London, however, K-BRWN continued songwriting professionally for various artists, publishing companies, and record labels.

K-Brwn has worked with various top producers and artists in Europe including Laurentiu Duta of Romanian legendary band 3 Sud-Est, Dony, and German house music duo Malu Projects. His immense hard work and talent has seen him sign publishing deals with top Romanian record label Cat music/EMI, German record label Mental Madness, and Blanc Y Negro in Spain, etc.
K-BRWN teamed up with Dremo to write the sensational Afropop song titled “Superhero”.
K-BRWN is a unique artist that transcends different genres of music- from pop to moombahton to house music, and now Afropop. His music is inspired by all the countries he has lived in, his relationships, politics, and his personal struggles as a Nigerian trying against all odds to make the music that he loves. His goal is to use his music to inspire African liberalism and reshape the views on African masculinity.