Combining the soul of Bobby Caldwell’s original track with the hip-hop sparkle that Tupac went on to add, Kanda & StudioWyzz have collaborated to bring their take on an old school classic, ‘Where I’ve Been’. Produced by Maniscooler, the track brings a funky and warm bassline, with equally lush electric piano chords and reverberant electric guitar lacing the instrumental.
Hard-hitting hip-hop drums relax into the rhythm, whilst the distinctive performances of Kanda’s passionate vocals and StudioWyzz’s clean flow entice you into the track. If you like tracks to soundtrack a long drive on a summer’s evening, this one’s for you.
On the new release, they share, “A modern day take on colliding Bobby Caldwell’s ‘What You Won’t Do For Love’ with 2pacs ‘Do For Love’. Bringing a modern sound on two classics.”
Having amassed over 400,000 streams from his previous releases, Kanda uses his lyrical storytelling to speak about several different socially dividing topics with the younger generation. He wears his influences on his sleeve, taking inspiration from the likes of Bruno Mars, Rag ‘n’ Bone Man and J Hus, an eclectic mix that helps him to inform his sound from different perspectives.
StudioWyzz is a UK Rap artist, with American and Jamaican heritage, making waves with his unique and relaxed take on the drill genre. The artist has seen viral success on TikTok with his track ‘No Drop’ amassing 5 million streams.