KwaMe Truuth announces his soon to be released EP 'The ReInvention'
KwaMe Truuth announces his debut EP, bringing a new sound to fans with the release of her long-awaited project, The ReInvention. The forthcoming record is a follow-up to his many singles under his belt through 2017 to 2018 and is set to be released early February, 2019.
KwaMe Truuth recorded most of The ReInvention in The Factory studio in Kumasi, Ghana with fast-rising producer, Apya Gh. Truuth also works with the producers iPappi and Senyo Cue. Truuth is said to be having talks with his team about going on radio tour after the release to really bring the music to his fans. The dates and stations will be announced later.
The ReInvention is composed of 7 tracks that Truuth has put together and it spans over a number of genres so as to bring variety to the whole project. Given that he is a hip-hop head, this is quite a feat for him as he points out. He rode to classic hip-hop beats, RnB and somehow pop beats, all just to help him get his messages across as he intended to.
“Truly, we didn’t expect the whole project to turn out so well, especially having in mind that we have been working on it for 2 years. The new songs are inspired by some great life-changing events in my life, as well as experiences from interacting with people from all walks of life and my faith”.
And while each song varies in tone, they all are originals and circle back to one universal theme.
“The ReInvention is a smooth and catchy collection of reminders that love, harmony, diversity, faith and unity can co-exist in our modern world,” says Truuth. The record includes “The Vow”, which speaks of the promises a marriage union, to share a love and life through thick and thin and pretty much in every other relationship, and “Super Love”, a celebration of God’s love and awesomeness through the years.
Truuth has high hopes for the success of this record. He said, “The EP is so relaxing. The word that describes it best is “balance”. Listeners will find it perfect for inspiration and meditation.”
Like many before him, Truuth came to make music for the people, to inspire, motivate and elevate. He didn’t feature other artist on the record, though he wanted to but many to have one with the ever amazing Dede, a spoken word artist (also raps and sings) and the results is pure bliss. He also featured his producer, Apya Gh with the intro song to create this vibe that easily ropes you to enjoy the EP without hesitation. There’s something about KwaMe Truuth that is indescribably different — and with his newest project, he’s discovered what most musicians spend lifetimes working for — the place where feel-good music meets vital social commentary.
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