Make Sure They See My Face

It was a day late, but yesterday after work I went straight to Plan 9 Music in Carytown to purchase Kenna‘s latest work, Make Sure They See My Face.

I am so far not disappointed.

I’d classify Kenna’s music as Dance-Rock-o-tronic, and whereas New Sacred Cow sounded almost completely electronically generated, this disc appears to have some real instrumentation here and there backing up the vocals. The sound of real distorted guitars on some tracks lends to the rock feel and balances out the club/pop sensibilities you expect from production work by The Neptunes.

This album is hot, and it’s in heavy rotation through my headphones right now.

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