Hip-hop artist Trevour Amunga’s song “Body Memory” is a vivid presentation of a different story
A charming blend of poetry and authenticity makes the hip-hop artist Trevor Amungathe musical canvas of is irresistible. Track “Body Memory” keep meaning it.
Trevor Amunga, the young and rising hip-hop sensation has released another latest EP “Vespa”. Of all the seven songs, the one that attracts the most crowds is “Body Memory”. The artist collaborated with Luna Bands for the track, which is packed with refreshing beats and jaw-dropping lyrics. The artist’s traditional African accent gave the song a unique touch. The warm vibes were so well represented with the track that they are understandable after understanding its songwriting style.
Trevor Amunga is a 26-year-old up-and-coming musical artist who possesses magical abilities in the musical genre of hip-hop. He was born on July 4, 1996 in Kenya and eventually moved to Los Angeles, USA in 2008 amid Kenya’s ongoing civil war at the time. The prolific artist has contributed many of his works to music and has been producing music for a long time. The charismatic approach and the continuous and promising deliverance are aspects that best define the artist. So far, the artist has managed to involve the public in his works.
Speaking of his musical contributions, the artist already has a unique discography. The artist has been associated with the production of two famous EPs, namely “For Akira” and the latest “Vespa”. Her magical voice adds a certain aura, which brings a groovy atmosphere on Spotify to listeners around the world. His excellence in hip-hop and rapping will surely make him one of the brightest talents the industry has ever seen. The rhythm and passion that the artist approaches sets him apart from other competitors.
The last track “Body Memory” won lots of games. The artist dedicated the song to his good old days at home as he missed his home a lot. The familiar feeling of belonging and peace are what encouraged the artist to produce this song. The artist got stuck in the monotony of life for so long that he can’t quite remember the feeling of being at home. The artist tried to recall all the memories he spent during his childhood in Kenya. Listen to the new track as well as the other 6 tracks from the artist’s latest EP. Follow Trevor Amunga Apple Music, YouTube and Instagram for more entertaining updates.
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