Dutch writer - Founder of Lefuturewave - Music enthusiast
In a world that often seems to be intent on tearing people down, Andrea Kristin’s music provides some much-needed comfort. It’s aimed at all those who have ever felt lost, alone or misunderstood.
Andrea’s debut album, BROWN KOHINOOR, rivals any major release I’ve heard recently. Rather than being simply a collection of songs, it gives a genuine glimpse into her deeply philosophical outlook on life.
BROWN KOHINOOR explores themes such as spirituality, overcoming oppression, metamorphosis, and empowerment among people of color. The multi-faced Hip-hop artist wants to make her listeners believe that they can achieve anything they set their minds to. The album also reflects the main milestones in Andrea’s life.
Andrea performs well throughout. She frequently changes her pitch, rhythm, and lyrical patterns in a way that sounds natural. This kind of variety keeps things interesting. It also highlights Andrea’s unique rapping style.
The songs on BROWN KOHINOOR, with the exception of one, were all arranged solely by Andrea. There aren’t many artists who can do this. It makes the album even more remarkable in my opinion.