Road to JK Lubanto’s Rhyme Zigaaye, here are two New joints: ‘Bibala’ & ‘Bantya’

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Bibala (Fruits) and Bantya (they fear me) are JK Lubanto’s latest sonic offerings. The two tracks reinforce his debut sound and give us a glimpse of  Rhyme Zigaaye’s maturation. He hints the sentiment of offering rhymes to a lady who feigns offering fruits on Bibala. One can’t help wonder why these alliterating titles?One thing we can zero is that JK has a thing for allusions and name referencing to build his rhyme and Ykee benda didn’t survive on Bantya.

Towards the end of last year the Afro Hip Hop and beat influenced JK Lubanto was on his get set mode. He released Gwe Guy that had his sound popping. He also featured on the Panda remix ( a fever that caught many). He followed with projects like Konka. Besides the Panda Remix and Free Nyanzi (released this year) the rest of the tracks are meant to be on his forth coming album: Rhyme Zigaaye.

Jk Lubanto is at his best comfort while working gradually to shape his sound and artistry with Nase Avatar of PortBell Drive Music. One may say he is an Afro Beat rapper and others may argue: Afro Hip Hop inspired rapper. No matter the label: Rhyme Zigaaye is taking that shape and so as an identifier for JK Lubanto.

The 2 Bad Entertainment’s current and active artist graced our mail with two new tracks: Bibala (Fruits) and Bantya (they fear me) are JK Lubanto’s latest sonic offerings. The two tracks reinforce his debut sound and give us a glimpse of  Rhyme Zigaaye’s maturation. He hints the sentiment of offering rhymes to a lady who feigns offering fruits on Bibala. One can’t help wonder why these alliterating titles?

Earlier on this year he was part of the Massacre House Cypher among other artists and he gave us a time bomb flow and later did an advocacy joint for Stella Nyanzi. Looking at all the projects he has done, the most distinct with Afro hitting percussions and synthetic bass are geared for Rhyme Zigaaye.

One thing we can zero is that JK has a thing for allusions and name referencing to build his rhyme and Ykee benda didn’t survive on Bantya. If you remeber the line: “mbabuzawo nga Aine” – then you know he name drops for relevancy.

Jk Lubanto hasn’t revealed much about when and how far the Album is. In this continued one kitchen approach and the sound on Bibala and Bantya; Jk Lubanto is likely to tell more on a mono-tempo-sonic with a little addition as regards instruments. Is it the concept of Rhyme Zigaaye?

Till then DOWNLOAD Exclusively  Bibala & Bantya.

 

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