To end January off the Miami-based Kapital K decided to drop his mixtape simply titled It Feels Good To Be Home. Unlike his previous mixtapes Mixtape Monster and T.O.S.O.M this one has no cover versions.
Judging from the cover art, Kapital K is thankful for the reaching the place where he is in his life and feels free to be himself.
You will find two familiar tracks here, being Diaspora and Good Over Here (which originally appeared on the 2016 EP IV).
On this project, which I think is Keezy's best yet, he gives us a glimpse into his life, proudly proclaiming his Zimbabwean origins (in case you thought he wasn't Zimbabwean). In between slaying the beats he drops some knowledge about trying to be flashy beyond your budget and the insecurities people feel that they try to cover up with material things.
K also states that he feels "no pressure" as he does what he does best. His love for Hip-Hop made him pursue it full-time even though he holds an academic degree.
Komfortable Sofa (one of my fav joints on this tape) talks about having people that only show you love when they need something from you and how they are quick to change when they get it.
Creating a subtle balance between ballin' and also being being human Kapital K pulls off a project which should not be slept and could've easily been an album.
He is proof that greats are born in October (or maybe it's just because we share the same birthday... 😁).
DO NOT SLEEP ON THIS FUEGO 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
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