Several weeks ago Karamanti was interviewed by Tony Singh for The Rock Sutra, a program that airs on Rukus Avenue Radio. That conversation is scheduled to be transmitted this Sunday, February 14th at 11:00 PM PST.
Karamanti is currently writing for her new album, which she hopes to have out before the Summer of 2021. Though the project does not yet have an official title, it is expected to cover several genres: reggae, dancehall, poetry, afrobeat and world music.
Unlike her last album, which was done with one producer, this new record will feature rhythms from several beat makers, with the overall production by Blakkwuman22 Music (Karamanti’s record label).
As for the theme, a definitive one has not yet been determined, but knowing Karamanti it will if nothing else be thought-provoking.
See below message from Karamanti – CEO & owner of Blakkwuman22 Music – regarding the new year.
As 2020 comes to an end, I think the consensus is that it’s been one of the most difficult year in more than a decade. We were all challenged spiritually, mentally, emotionally and of course physically.
We must remember however, that though the calendar year has changed, the truth is no one knows what 2021 will bring. What I do know is that we all should be grateful that we are still here; and we should make a real effort to spend more time with our love-ones.
One of the things that has been re-enforced to me personally is the fact that life is not a dress-rehearsal. In other words; we should be using our time to do the things we genuinely enjoy and spending time with the people we sincerely care about.
With that said, I have been in the studio working on new music for an album I intend to release this year. I am also sharing the download link to a brand new single called “Mi Nuh Bow,” that I’ve been sitting on for a few months. Keep in mind that this track will not be on the new album.
In closing, I wish for you and yours a Happy, Healthy & Prosperous New Year.
DJ Montez, one of Kenya’s most skilled selector, has just released a brand new R&B mixtape titled ‘Rhythm & Blues Mixx Series.’ The compilation, which is now available on Hearthis, Mixcloud and Hulkshare, features some of the biggest R&B songs from back in the day. As he has always done on his previous mixtapes, Montez blends the songs together in a manner that captivates the listener from the very start to the end.
See complete track listing below, and be sure to check out the mix via any of the aforementioned platforms.
Lil john ft Usher – Lovers and friends
Usher – lover in this club
Usher ft R Kelly – Same Girl
Justin Timberlake – Cry Me A River
Trey Songz – Heart Attack
Soulja Boy – Kiss Me Thru The Phone
Ray Lavender – My Girl Girl Gotta Girlfriend
Avant – You Know What
Plies Ft Neyo – Bust It Baby
Mohombi Ft Nelly – Miss Me
Jesse McCartnery – Leavin
John Legend Ft Estelle – No Other Love
Sean Paul Ft Estelle – Come Over
Brooke Hogan – For a Moment
T Pain Ft Yung Joc – Buy U a Drink
Jojo – Its Too Late
Rihanna – Take a Bow
Neyo – Go on girl
Bow wow Ft Omarion – Outta My System
Jojo – Get Out (Leave)
Beyonce – Irreplaceable
Neyo – Mad
Neyo – Do You
Lionel Richie – Call it love
Fantasia – When I See You
Neyo Ft Rihanna – Hate That I Love You
Neyo – Sexy Love
Neyo – So Sick
Mario – Let me love you
Blue – One Love
Usher – Daddy’s Home
Lloyd Ft Lil Wayne – You
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Earlier this month Kenyan selector Deejay Montez did an extended mix of “High Up,” a trending Afro-rap song performed by Queen MJ. If you have not yet heard it, click here to check it out and remember to like, comment and share.
Blakkwuman22 Music is pleased to present Genesis19, the new reggae single written and performed by Karamanti. Similar to her previous songs, this one is also heavy on message, lyrics and depth.
Genesis19 can be downloaded absolutely free from both Bandcamp and Soundcloud. Anyone not familiar with either of those platforms can simply message us via our contact page and we will reply with the song.
A couple weeks ago Karamanti did a pre-taped interview for the Back 2 Da Future Show with host Mr. Prezedent. We were just told that the interview will now air on the program next week.
The conversation was centered around Karamanti’s latest album “Hurt People“; its songs, inspiration, production etc. For additional information, such as exact broadcast time, visit www.back2dafuture.com/radio