A few weeks ago the city of Milwaukee was in the spotlight for a controversial police shooting of an African American. This divide city was in embroiled in civil unrest and protest for this issue that has plagued the American society for decades. In the middle of this madness we found a hidden gem, Kyndal J.
This songstress was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is a singer/songwriter. I was surfing bandcamp and her Ep Finding Freedom caught my attention immediately. The very first track Ghetto Adolecents is very a soulful song about freedom of expression and enjoying life as she sings I don/t really care about them/Because they don’t really care me/Truth be told I just want to be free/Free from all the pain I feel inside/ Free from all the bullshit and these tears in my eyes.
On the next track Dive Kyndal J. flips it and displays here versatility on a trap-soul beat driven record. She laces the is track with smooth gritty vocal. Dive is for the streets for sure with production by FORTUNE
She comes right back with a midtempo record “Queen” ft. Cambo rapping. She talks about future love, and parenthood. This song is very captivating with production by Hakeem Paragon
The last record on this 4 track EP Be Free is a piano driven freedom anthem of breaking the chains of oppression.
Overall this is very dope EP. You can hear the sounds of jazz, R&b, indie, gospel, and soul incorporated in the her musics. She has been featured on tracks with artist such as Emmitt James, Casino Gang, Van White.
Check our her EP Finding Freedom below and be sure to make that purchase at bandcamp.com
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