Published Jan 07, 2015Bristol, UK-born, Mississauga, ON-based rapper Keita Juma draws on a variety of cultural and musical influences in his music, and you can hear them come together on his latest EP Chaos Theory.
Introduced to West Coast rap by his Jamaican father, Juma incorporated East Coast and Southern styles into his arsenal after moving to Canada at age 11. He's been crafting and putting out music since the age of 17 and his latest effort has been made available for free online.
A couple of tracks get a boost from collaborators Progress and Brendan Philip, while the remaining cuts let Juma's rhymes shine over dark, electro-infused beats.
Give the 10-track collection a list below.