Kalada Bring a Brazilian Twist to UK Grime with “Bussa Move”

Kalada is the latest hip-hop act to emerge from the UK but brings with him a range of influences from dancehall to Brazilian beats, together combining to make an irresistible and infectious dance track with an edge that is Kalada’s trademark. To support the release, Kalada is offering a cash prize to the person with the best moves to the track, as well as a chance at fame themselves!

Watch the Video to Bussa Move here: https://youtu.be/4-eyYYldm-A

Born in North West London and now based in Hertfordshire, Kalada is using his music to spread positive emotions, whilst still incorporating the UK hip-hop and grime sound. With his family originating in Nigeria, there are also Afrobeat sounds to be found in the track, though it’s the Brazilian beats that puts this is a category all of its own. Though he aims to speak for those of his generation who can’t speak for themselves, Kalada’s music is upbeat, fresh and vibrant – the sound of a carnival at any time of year.

As an added bonus, Kalada is also offering both cash and the chance to feature on the hugely popular @dancez Instagram channel – details below!

To have a chance of winning:

1) Record yourself dancing to Kalada’s “Bussa move” on your social media

2) After you “bussa move” make sure you tag it #kaladabussamove

3) Look out for the prize draw that will be revealed 2/2/2018 @4liferecordings

That’s it as simple as that, the winner will be pulled out randomly from a hat

 Winners get a cash prize £££ and uploaded on @dancez instagram channel

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/kaladamusic

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One comment

  1. It’s a good song but literally nothing about it is Grime related. It isn’t a Grime song, and it isn’t a “brazilian twist” to grime. My knowledge regarding dancehall is rather limited but this just sounds like another dancehall track to me.

    Whatever it is, it definitely isn’t grime.

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