Seldom do we witness emerging artists in the Ghanaian music scene proactively unveiling a body of work to assert their presence. YouDhat has named his 6-song EP "NHYIRA," which translates to Blessing in English.
The 17-minute compilation commences with Banana, featuring a steady instrumental that is sure to get your head nodding in anticipation of what lies ahead. A discerning ear would pick up shades of influence from Kelvyn Boy's Nana Ama in YouDhat's vocals. It's apparent that YouDhat draws inspiration from seasoned artists like Kelvyn Boy, crafting his unique sound while paying homage to his musical influences.
The subsequent track, Way Up explores YouDhat's journey as an artist, firmly acknowledging that he is the only obstacle standing in his way. It's intriguing to note the experimentation in the first two tracks, with one being melodious and the other adopting a trap and bouncy vibe.
In People YouDhat addresses the diverse opinions and perceptions surrounding his actions. He expresses a desire to lead a normal life despite the wealth he's accumulated, shedding light on the fact that people often speak ill of others in an attempt to get closer to them.
Shifting to a more contemplative tone, YouDhat delves into Nhyira (Blessing). He reflects on the blessings that have graced his life, considering his humble beginnings. He eloquently conveys how these blessings have contributed to the radiance of his life.
Nhyira EP embarks on an experimental voyage through various sounds and samples, providing a glimpse into YouDhat's life journey and musical evolution up to this point. It's an exploration of creativity and a testament to the artist's dedication to making his mark in the music industry.
This EP invites listeners to delve into YouDhat's artistic evolution and sets the stage for his promising musical career.
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