Keya Nemesis talks inequality, slavery and war on “Grabba Man” off Lala Salama EP

Keya Nemesis talks inequality, slavery and war on “Grabba Man” off Lala Salama EP

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Keya Nemesis is one of the few artistes you cannot put in the box. The ever innovating rapper has officially released “Grabba Man” off his forthcoming EP, Lala Salama. The futuristic, dreamy fusion with electro-metal rock with rap gives you a feel of the chaos in the world. The track explores the evils of man and the consequences therein.

You ever heard the conflicts of man with his surroundings? For instance climate change, generational hate and how they affect him: “Grabba Man” pays close attention to the wickedness human beings are indulged in and how they come back to bite mans ass. Keya raps: man grabba a man/gun grabba man… man rat in a race.

In away the consumerism and capitalist stance of most of the world are responsible for all the world problems. The rapper, former Baboon forest affiliate hopes to re-echoed this message as he acknowledges how man is trapped in a race.

“Grabba Man” is electric, dreamy and horror charged that one would imagine a killing scene in a game or film. It is a soundtrack ready project. Listen below:

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