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KACH: Rapper pushes the “men are scum” envelope in new musical film for “Wanted”
PublishedBy: in Entertainment/MusicApril 12, 2018

KACH pushes the "men are scum" envelope

Kach is known to make sounds of different genre ranging from Hip Hop, afrobeat and now he's pioneering the Afrotrap vibes in the game.

Following the tremendous response to his new single Wanted, Kach has released a short film as an appetizer leading to the official music video coming soon.

 

Shot on location in the UK, Wanted the short film tells a classic story of love gone sour as a result of mistrust, misunderstanding and ingratitude. Simply you don’t know what you have till it’s gone.

 

Enjoy the Marika Goldwin film here as you anticipate the visuals to the smooth number.

Uchechukwu Kachikwu Emmanuel with alias "Kach", born on the 3rd of October is a graduate of Business Administration from the University of Bath, UK.  He started off his music career with an official single titled "Get up" in 2014 which gained much remarks and earned a spot on charts in that year.

 

Subsequent years came with more music from the Signature record artist such as "Olo" released in 2015, Odana dropped in 2016 with "G-mix" featuring Lil Kesh.

 

His latest project dropped in the tail end of 2017 is a mix tape titled "The Afrotrap Mixtape" where the single "Dino" was dropped which has caught so much attention and remarks with the appearance of a Nigerian Senator in the video, the first in the Music Industry which featured on the platforms of the British Broadcasting Corporation.

 

Kach is known to make sounds of different genre ranging from Hip Hop, afrobeat and now he's pioneering the Afrotrap vibes in the game.

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