Kahren features Blaqbonez and Victony on debut EP—”I Think I Know Her”

Rising soul singer, Kahren, releases her debut EP, “I Think I Know Her”, predominantly sung over Afrobeat production blended with LoFi piano and guitar instrumentation, a solid 5-track display of brilliant songwriting transcending fluidly to the sonorous and well composed tracks. On her debut project, Kahren touches on different subject matter, she finds solace on the intro track “Breathe”, expresses self-worth while reprimanding a lover on “Mistake”, shows her vulnerable side on “Mirror” while still giving listeners the strong-willed enigmatic “Safa” (short for ‘stay away far away’).

Kahren did not go on the journey of self-discovery, self-worth and self-assessment alone, she calls on her compatriot in Blaqbonez (on “Commando”) and alternative pop artiste, Victony (on “Mirror”) to add their one or two cents, making for a better storyline from both genders perspective. Afrobeat percussion is a constant across all tracks (as stated above) with Kahren traversing it into a smooth sailing of soulful singing with bits of pop and R&B embedded within.

A solid debut EP you will definitely want to listen to. Here’s a link:

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