Brace yourself for a sonic adventure with “Good Times” by Kume, the Cameroonian-American artist


Kume, a Cameroonian-American artist with a reputation for creating lively blends of traditional rhythms and contemporary tunes, releases “Good Times” as a new song eminent as a calming tune that expresses contentment and happiness while simultaneously reflecting everyone’s need for happy times and letting loose. “Good Times” is deeply rooted in Kume’s own nightlong working experiences and, consequently, it portrays the heart-wrenching desire to have a place of safety where the most pleasant times with loved ones can be cherished for as long as possible.

While the infectious rhythm and the thought- provoking lyrics are something that distinguishes Kume’s artistry, what makes his songs resonate deeply with the listeners lies in their authenticity and relatability. An artist is named Kume, who cannot be separated from his cultural roots. Thus, the song is a successful mixture of its cultural components with a modern style.

In “Good Times,” Kume tenders the possibility for the audience to lay back, enjoy the in-between moments and celebrate in the bliss of togetherness. Either it’s moving with friends or just chill at home, the song is the subtle signal to keep up with happiness and connection among the chaos of life.

A Photo of Kume

In relation to ”Good Times”, the lyricist Kume says, “I wrote that song as a way of expressing my desire to unwind and have a good time in the midst of the daily busyness”. It’s a call for you to take advantage of time and relish the fact that as long as you are with those you care about the most, every moment is a chance to make lifelong memories.

Taking on the first urban experience Kume had in London, his album “Good Times” which was preceded by the successful “237 Baby” and the hyperactive “Groove (Amapiano Remix)”, the artist appears ready to make his indelible mark on the global music industry with a unique combination of afropop and the current sounds that universally embraces audiences.

Written by
Barbie Edonia


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