Miles From Kinshasa – Overboard


Its pretty simple: rBeatzRadio is indulging in the rumba-pop stylings of Miles From Kinshasaand his new single Overboard. If you’re stuck in a state of uncertainty, you’d want this track on repeat as you wait for life’s next answer. Its electronic elements and 80’s reminiscent melody cozy up to your heart and caress your musical passions so that whatever you’re going through seems minimal. Off of his recently released mini-album LIMBO (Quality Time Recordings), this intro track is a relief in the waiting game for earnest, bonafide goodness in your new music findings.

Originally from the Democratic Republic of  The Congo, then the Parisian suburbs and South London, Miles From Kinshasa is voicing his identity. Making beats since his teenage years, MFK has sharpened and shined his production skills and developed them into an essential new age synth album that should already have a saved seat in your music library. Influenced by the 80’s (Stevie Wonder), Miles From Kinshasa has taken what music speaks to him the most, and created a blend of charm and leisure.

A creator with an insight into his own internal sources, Miles births a sound that makes perfect sense with what his originality and retro resemblance depict. Taking rumba-pop as a tool to be liberated and set free in his musical makings, Miles from Kinshasa uses melodies and chord inspirations to formulate a trophy-worthy product of heart, mind, and selfhood.

Landing on Spotify’s Fresh Finds Playlist a few months back with his hot track Fireworks, to being featured in RADAR magazine, Miles From Kinshasa’s career is gaining more and more distance. At his debut headline show on October 18, 2017 at Bermondsey Social Club, Londoners will experience the fusion of Congolese rumba and 80s R&B synth to an extent they could have only hoped for previously. MFK is an honest artist with passion and a respect for what he makes and where it comes from, within.

Check out Overboard below!

For tickets to his debut headlining show click here.

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