North West Londoner Kiko Bun offers another timeless tune in the form of the charismatic "Bad Boy Tenor". It's an assertive, bold single from the reggae star who's genre fusions are brimming with juicy, sun-drenched goodness.
Producing a super chill vibe from one of the coolest guys around, "Bad Boy Tenor" draws on classic reggae rhythms and is laced amongst oscillating beats. Diffusing widespread morale-boosting sounds, the track is a buoyant tune cementing Kiko Bun's rude boy status. Influenced by the soundsystem culture between the 70s and 80s, the track features ebullient bass grooves that are rooted in dancehall legacies and Jamaican melodies. Exclusively telling EARMILK about the track, Kiko Bun says: "I haven’t brought a solo project out in a little while and figured it’d be nice to come back with the realness. Real reggae and real Dub. I just care about the music really, and I think I’ve captured that mindset in the nature of Bad Boy Tenor.”
Claiming that the track is "flash, proud, just like old school Jamaican lyrics", "Bad Boy Tenor" is a cracking blend of reggae, dancehall and dub. While Kiko Bun's musical path has always provided golden tunes, this new single offers a fresh cut of flows from an artist who's creativity deserves worldwide success.