International Hip Hop Artist KAYA KENYATTA shared the official music video for ‘Walk Me Back in the E’ last week. Directed, edited, written and produced by Kenyatta himself, the clip / short film takes the viewer on a psychedelic trip reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland and The Hangover

‘Walk Me Back in the E’ is the third single from Kenyatta’s soon to be released EP,   A Smudge on the Collective Unconscious. The Single follows the no-holds-barred Time Ain’t Up (2017) and thought-provoking Voices (2018). 

‘The new single  “Walk  Me Back in The E” is essentially about one of those random moments when you meet a girl on a night out and  just have an instant connection.  The  song describes the intoxicating effect/feeling you have when you come across someone that you have that type of connection with as if it were a drug.’                                       

Born in Leuven, Belgium to an English father and Belgian mother, Kenyatta grew up listening to 90s Hip Hop such as 2pac, Biggie, Immortal Technique, Dr. Dre and Snoop to name but a few, and one can ascertain that he sees lyrical content and flow to be as important as the production.  His other big inspiration was Bob Marley and his revolutionary traits can be felt within Kenyatta’s music.  

Kenyatta attended an international school in Belgium as a child and was exposed to different nationalities and cultures, which play a  part in his versatility as an artist. He began rhyming at university in the UK and continued when he moved to Toronto, Canada, where he began to learn about music production and recorded his first album. Upon his return to the UK, he moved to London and released The Art of Rhyme EP in 2015, with the single releases of No Lie and Music, garnering attention from Hip Hop blogs such as Trickstaworld.com.  

Kenyatta not only writes and produces his own music but he goes that one step further to directing, writing and producing his own music videos and designing his own album artwork. This can only benefit the listener as it allows the listener to see and hear Kenyatta’s whole vision when it comes to his work.

Keep up with more news and music from Kenyatta HERE.

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