Cara Feral Is Pursuing Her Passion on Remix It Kenyan

The famous American Jazz Singer once said: “the only thing better than singing is more singing.” And on Lit360 this is definitely a philosophy that we believe and embody. We may have gone on and on about the importance of the #PlayKEMusic debate but when you see the raw talent of musicians who are struggling to break through within our borders but gaining international recognition such as Cara Feral, the point cannot be understated.

She is a talented soulful reggae dancehall artist who once managed to debut at number 10 on the iTunes Hot Tracks Reggae charts with her jam “Woman Of Steel” topping Mavado and Alkaline’s songs on the Forever Riddim. Her story is one of a fiery passion that has been neglected by the mainstream media until now. LIT360 is here to support local talent!

See exactly what we are talking about as we get completely blown away with her vocal talent during a studio session with Smirnoff Battle Of The Beats Finalist DJ Fazzy.

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