Talented singer, King Duke is out with a new melody titled, ‘Photocopy‘.
Afrobeats vocalist, King Duke recounts his experiences on this new piece titled, ‘Photocopy‘.
The soothing melodies of King Duke are well blended with Afrobeat in this tune. This number was written to express discontent with a money-driven culture that encourages horrible conduct. Brass sections provide some spice to the mix.
He takes on the first verse with his mid-catchy baritone sensation – causing friction in the listeners’ minds on what the hook would sound like.
Then furthers his motive with his story-telling pre-hook; “tell me something wey…”, he chants as he welcomes the background saxophone to bring more life into his melody.
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As a matter of fact, the Nigerian-born singer has been on the music scene for a while now – releasing his first track at the age of 13.
It is safe to say he has Fela Anikulapo-Kuti as a mentor – clearly, Photocopy is an integrated part of this suggestion.
Listen to Photocopy below!