Nadia Nakai Speaks On Her Transition From Dancehall Music To Hip-Hop. Nadia Nakai has been rated among the many best female rappers throughout the nation by hip-hop critics and followers. Since she stepped onto the scene in 2013 she has blown SA Hip-Hop away alongside along with her singles Naaa Indicate and Money Once more.
Whereas in Ghana capturing her music video for Apply that features Vic Mensa, Bragga joined AmeyawTV for an interview about why she was in Ghana on the time and her journey as a rapper in South Africa. She significantly suggested the host that she transitioned from making dancehall music to creating hip-hop music full time.
She explains that whereas she achieved highschool in Nairobi Kenya, she was intently influenced by dancehall on account of it was most likely probably the most distinguished genres throughout the nation on the time.
“As soon as I bought right here to SA I even often called myself calypso, I had dreadlocks I was like this eccentric afro-electric type of vibe and I went to high school and I started working with some native faculty college students and we used to file like sooner than class or after class.” Nadia outlined.
She continues to elucidate that her sound is made up of a fusion of genres. “My sound type of graduated from dance hall nonetheless it’s nonetheless in there I’ll nonetheless have songs the place I rap in Patwa and I’ve that type of like afro pop actually really feel nevertheless my basis is hip-hop”.
Her mannequin developed from Calypso to Bragga after she signed to Family Tree Knowledge with Casper Nyovest. She compares her mannequin as Bragga to Beyonce’s alter ego Sasha Fierce.
Watch Nadia’s full interview proper right here: