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Kilo Kish - Reflections in Real Time (2016)

6-03-2016, 23:07
Soul | R&B | Hip-Hop | iTunes

Title: Reflections in Real Time
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Kisha Soundscape + Audio
Genre: Alternative Hip-Hop, RnB, Neo Soul
Quality: m4a 256 kbps
Total Time: 00:56:53
Total Size: 117 mb


01. Thank You!
02. Hello, Lakisha
03. Distractions I: The Opposite Sex
04. Age + Self Esteem: A Funhouse Mirror
05. Distractions II: The Dilemma of Cool
06. Self Importance
07. Collected Views from Dinner
08. Fulfillment?
09. Taking Responsibility
10. Intermission (feat. John Anderson)
11. Fears of a Dilettante
12. Obsessing
13. Life: The Cruel Interlude (On God)
14. Frustrations + Solutions
15. Humans + Ants in Proportion (Unfinished)
16. Existential Crisis Hour!
17. On the Mend
18. Relief! (My Answers So Far)
19. Poem A
20. Outpatient Mentality

+ Digital Booklet – Reflections in Real Time

Kilo Kish is an alternative R&B singer, songwriter, and occasional rapper who has recorded with the Jet Age of Tomorrow, the Internet, Vince Staples, Childish Gambino, and Chet Faker, among others. She has also released her own material. Born Lakisha Robinson in Orlando, Florida, she spent part of her childhood in New Jersey prior to returning to Orlando and was briefly in a pop group called D'Angelz. She moved to New York, attended the Pratt Institute, and worked as a model and waiter. Led by the dreamy "Navy," her first EP, Homeschool, was self-released in April 2012. A couple years later, after assorted collaborative work, she connected with the music wing of French fashion label Kitsuné for Across, another EP of atmospheric, slackened R&B. In 2015, she appeared on Etienne de Crécy's Super Discount 3 and Vince Staples' Summertime '06. Reflections in Real Time, a sprawling and deeply personal album that flitted between fully developed songs and fragmentary interludes, followed in February 2016.

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