I enjoy coming up with new stuff from various ideas I find. And top on that list is enjoying the groviness of musoc tht has groove. Afrobeat always has heavy groove - music that makes you bob your head or shake your body!
Felá Kútì is widely known as the father of Afrobeat basically because he popularized the dtyle of music.
In today's music world, Burna boy remains one of the most representative African musicians that beautifylully combines Afrobeat groove with hip hop.
It's probably why he's widely recognized all over the world. Anytime he's opprtuned to talk abou his music, he always refers to Afrobeat being the base of his composition. He knows his stuff
This piece here explores the Afrobeat style bringing in some influences from Felá and Burna Boy.
Enjoy my sax splash.
I hope you enjoyed it.
Thanks for Listening!
Enjoy the new week!
Saxophone: Proel Eflat Alto Saxophone
Reed: Rico 2.5 (Modified)
Mouthpiece: Generic Jazz Metallic mouthpiece
Microphone: Behringer C3
Headphones: OneOdio Studio Pro 30
Edited and Mixed on: Audacity