BARBADIAN ENTERTAINER BLAK KLA’ SOYL WOOS CROWD AT SURFERS’ CAFE, OISTINS
It was a night of intimacy with Blak Kla Soyl, who started the night with Jazz and ballards, Blak Kla Soyl style.
She spoke about how she received her songs, and the inspiration given to execute them. The band who consist of Jamal Browne on traps, Simon Pipe on guitar and a young and upcoming Bass wiz, Marius ‘Hawk bass’ Charlemagne, was what we call, into the music, and you could clearly see that everyone was enjoying it.
The twist for the night was a funk song Blak Kla Soyl penned called Peace & Love which went through a transition, of an A Capella version of La Vie en Rose, which excited the audience, then going straight back into the funk song of Peace & Love. And even though these tunes are not closely related, you can still hear how the vibe is related.
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