Nottingham's Kamar conveys that 'Roadman' life

Nottingham's Kamar conveys that 'Roadman' life


As Kamar raps, “My views went up, so them gal they think i’m new“ - he is in no way new to the game. From being a consistent contributor of R&B in the UK (not many of them left), to the LMLT group with J. Gold and KC Da Rookee, to the roads of Nottingham city. He takes the latter, as conveys his thoughts and movement on ‘Roadman’.

Over lush strings and soft percussion hits, the Notts singer stresses on conflicts of a ‘road life’. Verse 1 tells us a reality of the streets before Kamar’s chorus connects himself to it - using his own narrative; reason’s for staying; wants of leaving. Verse 2 is delivered a lot more close to heart as Kama speaks on personal experiences. Be sure to check the track below, and other singles produced by the Nottingham native. With R&B being away for a minute, drill and rap being a lead genre now for some time, the tide’s forever changing and the past repeating itself - you never know what the next ruling genre might be…


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