Nolay Unveils Her Latest ‘Kalas’ EP
15 Jan 2021
The UK Rap and Grime veteran Nolay has today unveiled her brand new EP entitled ‘Kalas’.
Spread across 7 tracks, all of which were written by Nolay herself, ‘Kalas’ is a body of work that certifies her position within British Rap. Housing production off a variety of talented beat-smiths including Nicknamez, Mudblood, Zero, Digital Enemies and Damien Alter, this EP boasts an array of sounds that enable Nolay to glaze her refined pen atop. Setting serious pace, we’re sure that this isn’t the last you’ll hear from the female force this year!
Maneuvering through a fierce backdrop, “Gang Shit” is filled from start to finish with an electrifying energy as Nolay pierces through with a punching and infectious hook. Delivering the ultimate boss-babe energy, this one is worth a spin or two!
Speaking on the project, Nolay said; “This EP came to life when I came to a crossroads in my career. I had hit so many bumps in the road during my time in the music game, and after a string of disheartening situations with unscrupulous executives, I decided I was going to pursue my acting career, because some very promising doors within the acting industry had opened up for me, and to be honest, my love for music was slowly fizzling out, due to experiencing the same kind of charlatans and timewasters in the music business.
Music went from something that I loved to something that felt like a chore, and something that hurt to participate in, but then I met my new manager and his team, and things turned around pretty quickly after that. One minute, I was talking about quitting rap to become an actress, and then a few months later, we are six music videos deep with an EP on the way, which I believe is my greatest body of work to date. More importantly, the train of thought I am currently on is that I have greater music to come in the future, and without my manager, I cannot be sure that I would have fallen in love with my craft again to be able to say that”.
Listen to the ‘Kalas’ EP on Apple Music here.