Joshua Kyeot – “Only One” | Review

Joshua Kyeot brings a unique mix of soul, jazz and pop for his new single, “Only One.”

British-Ghanaian Kyeot, from South London, is instantly recognisable, and not just because of his truly unique sound – I dare you to try and find a song like this in the top 200 right now – but it’s his sultry vocal.

The classic instruments help present his voice in an even warmer manner than they already come across – it’s simply a joy to listen to his voice.

The genre-bending song draws inspiration from soul, jazz, pop, funk and at times you can even hear influences from his Ghanaian heritage, which is a beautiful touch.

Just of the strength of his live sets, the star has already opened for acts like Izzy Bizu – we can’t wait to see what he offers next.

Check out “Only One” below and let us know what you think in the comments!

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