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Kan Did Explores Love and Joy in Debut Album ‘Color of Feeling’

Kan Did

After achieving notable success earlier this year with his single “No Be Regular,” Kan Did is back with his debut album, “Color of Feeling.”

This album offers a rich blend of Afro-Caribbean influences, including Reggaeton, Afropop, R&B, Highlife, and more. The tracks range from the calming, guitar-strummed “Shoko” to the energetic “Color,” creating a vivid portrayal of life’s various facets. The album takes listeners on a journey through themes of love, joy, and self-reflection, making it an essential listen for anyone interested in vibrant Afro Sounds.

Kan Did, born Okoye Ifeanyi Isaac on January 2, 1994, in Sokoto State, Nigeria, has carved out a distinct niche for himself in the Afro music scene. Raised in Benin City, he excelled academically, earning several diplomas before committing to his passion for music. His innovative Afro rhythms and compelling storytelling have garnered significant acclaim, earning him the moniker “music in human.” Tracks like “Shoko,” “No Be Regular,” and “Woman” have resonated with audiences, gaining substantial streaming numbers.

Kan Did’s evolution from a statistics graduate to a celebrated artiste highlights his talent and dedication, marking him as a rising star in Afro music. Fans can stay updated with his latest work through the links provided.

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