NanaBcool is a Ghanaian/American singer-songwriter, rapper, and dancer, from Columbus, Ohio. Not too long ago, he released his highly anticipated new album, titled, “Good Luck, Vol. 1,” via Unity Rec. The 10-track project features the standout single, “Daughters.”
NanaBcool – “Daughters” single
‘Daughters’ is a personal and introspective track that explores the balance between NanaBcool’s dreams and his family’s expectations. Nana’s lyrics paint a picture of a man trying to navigate the challenges of starting a family and making his dreams a reality.
‘Daughters’ contains a relatable narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies. The likable tune possesses melodic drum-laden instrumentation flavored with neo-soul and contemporary R&B elements. Furthermore, “Daughters” does a great job setting the tone for “Good Luck, Vol. 1,” which contains a blend of Afro-soul, R&B, and psych rock, with a nod to the alté sound developing in Ghana and Nigeria.
NanaBcool – “Good Luck, Vol. 1” album
‘Good Luck, Vol. 1’ is a personal diary that reflects on past relationships and what could have been. The album was inspired by NanaBcool’s desire to escape the negativity of reality. With collaborations with producers Irate Genius, Yellow Shoots, and Subroza, “Good Luck, Vol. 1” is a must-listen for music lovers. Nana’s talent and passion for creating music that connects with his audience are evident in every track.
With a musical upbringing, NanaBcool has been captivating audiences since the release of his first works in 2012. After spending time in Chicago, Nana moved to New York City in 2013 to intern at Complex Magazine and continued to hone his skills as a performer. In 2019, Nana released his debut album, “Ice Tea,” which was met with widespread acclaim. The project led to sold-out shows and opening gigs for acts such as Jack Harlow, Doechii, Aminé, and Duckwrth. Also, Nana has collaborated with Amaarae, Phony Ppl, Jafunk, and YOung Franco.
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