(aka Ka Jota Rey), is an exciting contradiction.
A Black Andalucian, Spanish Jamaican, English Speaking Espanol
Whatever you think of Kamas’ mixed heritage and upbringing one thing is for sure.
It gives him the ability to make music that touches people across all boundaries and musical genres
Born in London a Millennial baby to a Black British African Caribbean family who moved to Spain when he was just six years of age and has been brought up fully embraced in the Andalusian culture ever since.
This mix of cultures gave him a diverse and eclectic musical upbringing
The hardcore Hip Hop, UK Grime and Reggae Dancehall music of his father. The Smooth Jazz and up to date chart music love of his mother. All mixed in with the Sevilliana, Flamenco, Latin dance and Reggaeton of his adopted culture and his peers
This musical mix, this 'mecla de la culturas' creates a unique sound and an artist with a unique musical perspective.
Whether upbeat party anthems like ‘Alcohol’ or in-depth introspective songs such as 'Posponed'
Kama brings something fresh exciting, unique and most importantly new to a music scene that can all too often sound like revenge of the clones
If you think Latin music is all the same thing, that Reggaeton is played out or Hip Hop and Grime has no where left to go, check out Kama to see the future of integrated urban music.