KAYAM Gains Musical "Ground" in Lush and Funky New Tune

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Crazy chill acoustic flair flavors KAYAM's "Ground" all kinds of delicious.

This track takes an indirect course through acoustic bliss to full-blown funky fever.

Can the sun keep rising?

Does dawn long for the last of its days?

As Sun, you'd surely keep shining.

Optimistic, you're stuck in your ways.

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"Only you know best what your soul is seeking."


From smooth, jazzy sound to plucky plucked funk fit for a dancefloor... "Ground" goes a little further and a little higher than you think it might at the song's start.

The intricate interweaving of strings and singing set this song apart from the start. As it progresses, precipitous plucked melody mounts to startlingly addictive sonic spice. It's as nice as nuanced neo-soul-pop can be.

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Subtle complexities in rhythm mount to fascinating fullness as "Ground" finds its footing in acoustic groove. The singing sends it all to another level; a dulcet duet kept close and personal over waves of harmonic dynamics.

For a chance at musical intoxication, this is the way to go. Just listening to "Ground" might make your feet leave it. Let it play and let it happen.

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