Mozambican Artist Samito Blends 80s Pop and Soukous in His Debut Album
Montreal-based Mozambican artist and songwriter Samito shares a stream of his debut album.
Samito, the Montreal-based Mozambican artist and songwriter released his debut album earlier this week with Costume Records. The self-titled album, Samito, includes eight tracks from the artist highlighting his unique and distinctive new-age electronica sound.
“There's some Tom Waits, Céu, Tears for Fears, Patrick Watson, Gavinsky, etc. Also some soukous and afro-beat guitars, 80's pop, a pantsula bassline and other grooves.”
The album serves as a breakthrough for the newly emerging artist. Prepared in less than a month, Samito reimagines the landscape of afro-inspired beats in a new age.
"Behind this album is a certain tolerance to risk, intuition. The whole record was written, arranged, recorded, mixed and mastered within a period of 20 days between March and April, 2016. We recorded 9 songs [in two days], two of which didn't make it to the record. Instead we added ‘Tiku la Hina”
Listen to Samito’s entire debut album below.