Kabaka Pyramid — aka Keron Salmon of Kingston, Jamaica’s — is a talented reggae musician and producer who draws heavily on his time as a rapper in the underground music scene. Kabaka, whose name references his desire for longevity in music and deep connection to Kemetic roots, aims for a higher consciousness and spirituality in his music, with the goal of steering future generations towards harmony and unity. The group stopped by the BTRhouse in Austin on a rainy morning to share some special, acoustic renditions of their songs on our front porch.
Featured song: “Well Done”
Special thanks to Southern Tier Brewing Company for sponsoring the BTRhouse sessions.
Listen to the audio podcast with more music and interview: http://b-t-r.co/1xPESkl
Lead The Way, Kabaka Pyramid’s latest EP, is now available.
Upcoming tour dates:
06/12 @ Calaveras County Fairgrounds in Angels Camp, CA
06/13 @ Calaveras County Fairgrounds in Angels Camp, CA
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