KEMUEL’s Sophomore EP “CLOUDS” Redefines the Boundaries of Global Music

KEMUEL's Sophomore EP "CLOUDS" Redefines the Boundaries of Global Music
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In the ever-evolving landscape of global music, Nigerian artist, producer, and songwriter Kemuel is pushing the limits of conventional genres with his unique blend of R&B, pop, and afrobeats in his new EP titled ‘Clouds’.Kemuel Sophomore EP CLOUDS Redefines the Boundaries of Global Music

His highly anticipated sophomore EP, “CLOUDS,” is a masterful seven-track journey through the highs and lows of love, heartbreak, and healing, Hitvibz reports.

A Sonic Tapestry of Emotion

Each track on “Clouds” is a meticulously crafted canvas of sound and emotion, inviting listeners to dive deep into their own introspection and experience a symbiotic connection with Kemuel’s artistic vision.

Stream + Download ‘Clouds’ EP HERE

The self-produced EP reveals Kemuel’s rapid evolution as an artist, showcasing his fascination with psychedelics and storytelling through music.

A Window into Kemuel’s Soul

“CLOUDS” is a deeply personal and transformative work, inspired by Kemuel’s experiences since moving from Port Harcourt to Lagos to pursue his dreams.

The EP offers a track for every mood and moment, from the uplifting energy of “POLO” to the contemplative vibes of “Focus” and the introspective calm of “GLNT.”

Watch ‘Polo’ Video Here

A Journey Through Human Emotion

The EP unfolds across seven tracks, each a vivid exploration of human emotion.
From the introspective solitude of “Alone” to the peaks of motivation in “Focus,”  Kemuel takes listeners on a journey through the throes of loneliness, the peaks of motivation, and the depths of genuine connections.


1. Alone
2. 234
5. Water
7. Focus

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