Get ready for a psychedelic trip. Ndeh Ntumazah is a new name in my book, but he quickly became one of the most exciting discoveries I've had in a while. His blend of indie neo-psychedelic rock makes him stand out in the current sonic landscape, especially for anyone looking for innovative sounds.

When it comes to writing "BROWN SUGAR", Ndeh shares "I wrote this with the deep ghetto funk of the 70s in mind. Calling on the likes of Eugene McDaniels, Prince, and a little Hendrix, I wanted to encapsulate the Afro-futurism of that time sonically in a more modern way. The record explores my thoughts on blackness through time so this serves to set the tone."

The track is bold and sensitive at the same time and the best about it - feels timeless.

posted by Ivo
last month