Kay Slice name checks the haters on Slice M Go
Dutch Ghanaian rapper and producer Kay Slice doesn't name check his haters on the hard charging afropop hip-hop fusion "Slice M Go, but he knows who they are. And after hearing how he fires staccato shots at the doubters and bullies on this banging fusion of afropop and hip-hop, the world will know who Kay Slice is.
"Slice M Go" is the flip side of "Breeze," Kay Slice's sweet homage to his mother that dropped over the summer. On that tune and the accompanying video, Kay Slice tells the world about the inspiring and elevating power of a mother's unconditional love and belief in her children. "Breeze" won praise from a host of international music tastemakers, including Earmilk, Wordplay Magazine, ThisIs50, Atwood Magazine, Ones To Watch, PAM Magazine, Sublime FM and KAZI Magazine.
And the hard charging "Slice M Go," a track that puts the focus on Kay Slice's skills as an emcee, lyricist and storyteller, will certainly earn similar praise. The song and accompanying video finds Kay Slice recalling how he used the words of the teachers doubted his music dreams and the bullying peers who mocked his beautiful brown skin as inspiration.
“‘Slice M Go’ is a great marriage between hip-hop and afrobeat. The bridge is truly soulful and full of tranquillity, and it’s a song with a lot of contrasts. It’s sunny yet raw, energetic yet composed, and uplifting yet rebellious. This song is dear to me as it is my soundtrack to boldness. Being bold enough to believe in myself despite the disbelieve and prejudice based on my appearance. Bold enough to quit my job to fully pursue music. It’s the dare to start the quest of connecting with my roots in my own authentic way”.