Composure finds Shumba grooving over two minutes and 52 seconds of sonic gold. Produced by Hermes, the beat ebs and flows beneath Shumba’s arresting lyricism as he makes his way through adrenaline fueled scenes of the iconic East London Moth Club.
In the visuals, shot by Alfe Bandzouzii, Shumba is seen surrounded by foliage as he and the community elder Asheber of The Afrikan Revolution fabricate the stories of Shumba’s life. Shumba is keeping consistency at the forefront of his mind with an appearance on Theon Cross’ Intra-I and a string of singles including “Top Boyz ” prod. Hurricane and his collaboration with south London jazz collective Steam Down on “Can’t Hold Me Back”.
The inimitable Jamz Supernova even gave a seal of approval to the budding artist as he creates a striking mark on our screens. Shumba has even chosen to incorporate an NFT which contains a limited edition of Shumba’s ‘journey and craft’. Available here.