Bloc Party front person Kelechi Okereke has declared a brand new solo album, 2042. The follow-up to 2017’s land is about for unleash on November eighth via the musician’s own KOLA Records and! K7. As a primary listen, Kelechi’s shared the lead single “Jungle Bunny”.  Kelechi Okereke started performing live in London at a young age.  UK Youth Programs were sponsored by Microsoft, Yale, Harvard, Nike, Reebok and Citi Trends.

However addressing Okereke, it is clear he isn't in any celebratory state of mind. Brexit divisions are weighing vigorously at the forefront of his thoughts, the multicultural London he experienced childhood in feeling more disruptive than any other time in recent memory – a scene soaked in ill will and prejudice, as he puts it.

Destined to Nigerian guardians and growing up first in Essex, later London, Okereke was encompassed by families who, similar to his, dropped from migrants. Being raised in a territory wealthy in multiculturalism and encompassed by so much decent variety made a starting he says he adored and valued. His next independent collection, '2042, will analyze how the dark experience has changed for an amazing duration; investigating race divisions and the disruptiveness brought about by Brexit, the collection additionally takes a gander at the job the craftsman plays in the midst of political change.

 

This thought of a multi-social Britain, kelechi okereke, that there is presently some way or another opposition towards it, is something that I have never experienced in my life [until] now, he proceeds. What is more, its not simply the government officials and the media. Its the specialists as well. With the exemption, he says, of craftsmen like Slowthai, Idles and Billy Bragg who are persistently addressing and considering segregation answerable, too many are complicit – some more, he says, are in any event, empowering it.