Oh my gosh! Oh my gosh! When I listened to “Image” by KARMA, for the first time, I am not exagerrating when I say I listened to it on repeat…over and over again. I’m listening to it whilst I post this on my blog – does that tell you how much I love this song? Her voice is so captivating. I find this song oh………..so sexy!
The lyrics are not about a happy love song but gee whiz….she makes it sound so good! I think if you’re going to experience a break up or have experienced one recently, this song is going to be on the top of your playlist! I’m happily married by the way, but I’m loving it. I think it’s I N C R E D I B L E and judging from this song, KARMA, you are incredibly talented and I’m your latest fan!
I am proud to introduce this captivating new South African Female artist to you in Women’s Month…
Karma is one of a new breed of artists emerging from the urban jungles of post Mandela South Africa. Bold, edgy, elegant and integrated, Karma`s musical melting pot takes in such diverse influences as urban pop, electronica and trap-step , creating a unique and striking tapestry that mirrors her life experience.
From an early age music and the performing arts have fed her soul, training in Latin American dance, a discipline which in turn has impacted into her exhilarating live performances.
Her striking and captivating personality, coupled with a vibrant and sexy on-stage energy and attitude, exudes authenticity and originality. Karma uses the stage as a visceral medium to express her creativity and to empower, inspire and connect with people.
She doesn’t shift the musical goalposts because her attitude is that there aren’t any!
Set against looped trap beats with swirling ambient synths, Karma`s swooping, ethereal vocals grace her debut single “Image”, a dark but uplifting song about love and it`s many obsessions.
It`s frightfully spunky pop sensibility stays with the listener long after the song has ended. Accompanied by a haunting, memorable video shot by Liam Halfpenny (Johnny Apple, Tholwana, Chiano Sky), the juxtaposed yin /yang imagery makes for compulsive viewing.
Trend bucking, intoxicating and addictive, “Image” announces the arrival of a new kind of artist, one who doesn’t play by the rules of the industry and is determined to forge her own artistic path.
If you ever doubted that South Africa has talent, View the “Image” Music Video here:
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