[FULL ALBUM] KAYTRANADA – Bubba Mp3 Zip Fast Download
Popular American hit maker Kaytranada has released the much awaited album called Bubba.
The new album contains of 17 Lp tracks with an amazing features.
Bubba album by Kaytranada Tracklist;
01. DO IT
02. 2 The Music (feat. Iman Omari)
03. Go DJ (feat. SiR)
04. Gray Area (feat. Mick Jenkins)
05. Puff Lah
06. 10% (feat. Kali Uchis)
07. Need It (feat. Masego)
08. Taste (feat. VanJess)
09. Oh No (feat. Estelle)
10. What You Need (feat. Charlotte Day Wilson)
11. Vex Oh (feat. GoldLink, Eight9FLY, & Ari PenSmith)
12. Scared To Death
13. Freefall (feat. Durand Bernarr)
14. Culture (feat. Teedra Moses)
15. The Worst In Me (feat. Tinashe)
16. September 21
17. Midsection (feat. Pharrell Williams)
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The album cuts and discrete singles that formed KAYTRANADA’s 2016 debut LP, 99.9%, established the Montreal producer/DJ as a true champion of the underground. It wasn’t just evident in his features—which included UK garage/R&B singer Craig David, drummer/producer Karriem Riggins, and jazz experimenters BADBADNOTGOOD, to illustrate his stylistic range—but in the way he could synthesize those artists’ sounds into an amalgam of hip-hop, house, and soul that was both danceable and off-balance. When 99.9% won that year’s Polaris Music Prize, it was clear that the Haiti-born KAYTRANADA, aka Louis Kevin Celestin, wouldn’t stay underground for much longer.
His follow-up, BUBBA, might level up the guest list, but KAYTRANADA’s guiding principles remain uncompromised. “I’m not trying to rebrand a sound, hoping to get a session [with a high-profile artist],” he tells Apple Music.
Where KAYTRANADA goes, the vocalists follow, whether that’s Estelle punctuating the low-slung, lo-fi beat of “Oh No,” Pharrell getting gleefully lost in the slow-winding funk of “Midsection,” or Tinashe gliding over a loping house track. His instrumentals—all swervy synths, rubbery bass, drums that rush and drag, and filter sweeps in the French-touch tradition—find him homing in on his singular club sound even more. KAYTRANADA is so deeply committed to keeping a groove going that even a tune about securing one’s finances (“10%,” on which Kali Uchis manages to find a rhyme for “residuals”) can’t kill the vibe.