– by Camille Banzon, Music Editor –
Masego has always been on everyone’s radar, especially when he appeared in that live video with FKJ where they completely tore the sh*t out of the Red Bull studios in Paris with their improv jam called “Tadow.”
The 24-year-old American saxophonist with Jamaican roots introduced a modern approach to experimental jazz called “Trap House Jazz,” a genre that he proudly wears on his sleeve, as much as always mentioning it in his artist/musician online profiles.
Stylish, vibrant with his sound, and definitely talented as a multi-instrumentalist, Masego showcased his suave vocal prowess in this new release, proving that as playful as he is, he can do a straight up funky, upbeat neo-soul number.
Listen to Navajo below:
Camille Banzon is the music editor of The Violet Wave. After years of covering music festivals, concerts and reviewing albums, she decided to move to a tropical surf island, where she runs a hostel and lives off of coconuts, bikinis, and streaming. Her work on music writing can be seen in FHM Philippines, Pacifiqa, Coconuts Manila, and Amplify.ph. She likes groovy basslines, clean waves, and lots of cheese.
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