Kingyama Releases New Project : King of This

King of This

From recording in a closet on an app downloaded to his iPhone to 1 million streams.

Winston-Salem, North Carolina Jul 31, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – 17-year-old rapper Kingyama from Winston Salem, North Carolina has recently released his new album: “King of This“. While many hip-hop artists fall into the usual categories and get stuck in their comfort zones, Kingyama is the kind of rapper who likes to take chances. His sound is a distinctive blend of modern vibes and old-school energy, going for a unique and one-of-a-kind twist.

In 2021 he downloaded an app ‘BandLab’ to his iPhone that allowed him to network with other producers and artists he was even able to record the music directly to his phone. Mixing his own music and releasing songs with ‘UnitedMasters’ within the year his single “4L” became a sensation on TikTok and Reddit and accumulated over 1 million streams.

January 2022 he teamed up with independent record label “Carefree Trapboys” and has been in the studio working on “King of This”. Accompanying the release of the project he also released the first issue of his storybook “Kingyama and the school of the gifted“. Kingyama has gone from recording his music on his phone in his closet to now having billboards scattered around his hometown and even performing at local nightclubs.

“King of This” is a very punchy and energetic composition, with a broad scope. This album is a quintessential rap album, which embodies Kingyama’s personality, while also offering a very distinctive take on the genre. Fans of artists such as Playboi Carti, Lil Uzi Vert, Yeat, Lil Tecca, or Lil Yachty should definitely check out this release.

Find out more about Kingyama, and listen to “King of This“. This release is now available on some of the best digital music streaming services.

Source :Carefree Trapboys LLC

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