These are the three faces of Kae Sun, the moody electro-folk troubadour, the joyous pop singer, and the reggae rebel. He’s far from the first to try to nail this trifecta (it’s more or less what Matisyahu was going for), but Kae Sun is one of the few to make it all sound like it’s the same artist.
Hey, hi, hello. So I was watching Defiance the other night and this played towards the end of the episode. At first I was somewhat flabbergasted by the fact that someone would have the audacity to cover Nirvana, but as the song progressed, I found myself pleasantly surprised.
Maybe you will be, too. I encourage you to have a listen. The band’s original songs are pretty phenomenal, too.
“My pops was club-hoppin’ back when Rick James was out and all I get is Trinidad Jame$ - wait a minute, that’s strange; sip a bit o’ champagne, say ‘f**k it, if da hoes like it, I love it - nigganigganigga‘…”
"I wear the chain I forged in life... I made it link by link, and yard by yard; I girded it on of my own free will, and of my own free will I wore it." This is Brandon O'Brien's other brain.
Here, he rambles about the internet, writing, film, fashion, music, being born on Tell-a-Lie Day, and how much God must love to play games with him.
Caution: May contain intense critical analysis, long rants, and uncomfortable (but necessary) subject matter.