The road to Flex D’Paper’s debut album Kampala Boy ends when he releases the 14 tracks project this week December, 10. Before we get into the album, Flex has released a mini documentary talking about his journey, his relationship with Navio, building a huge East African street wear brand and the album. The documentary is titled Flex D’Paper the Kampala Boy.
He dives into his journey from as early as 2010 working with high school friends like Dasper Cosign – wanting to be high school stars to later linking up with Lyrical Proof who later introduces him to The Mith. Flex also shares that he linked up with Navio in 2011 who has been a big brother and mentor.
Paper also talks about working with Allan Toniks (2011) on “Follow”, making of the street wear Rapaholix Wear and ends with information about the forthcoming album. His love for Kampala, why the album is named Kampala Boy. Flex says he is a product of his environment (Kampala) as he was born and raised in KLA city.
We get to know that Navio is the executive producer on this album and Flex worked with people he has the same energy with or is a fan of.
Join NuveySHAWN tomorrow via Twitter spaces on the NuveyLive twitter account at @8pm. E.A.T as we talk more about the album.