When The Aux Is Passed, Play 'pre kai ro'
Updated: Jun 14, 2021
For so many of us, there is no better feeling than discovering an artist that you know is about to blow up.
It's like a ticking time bomb...
That initial dedicated and loyal fan base who are all looking at each other like:
Discovering an artist who is on the verge of disrupting the music industry is dope.
The fans are dope.
The love spread by the people who just wanna see their favorite artist explode is dope.
From the beginning, these types of fanbases have helped filter the good artists from the great artists.
I'm talking about the 'pass me the aux' type artists:
The type of artist that you show your friends to...
...then 2 months later they be like:
Listen to Pre kai ro.
It's insane how flippin' incredible his music is.
Guaranteed you'll become obsessed, show your friends, and then they'll take all the credit:
Oh, and the homie is the nicest guy ever.
Peep our interview:
Pre Kai Ro, tell us a little more about how you first got into music?
I had a very international childhood.
Born in Oman to Egyptian parents, I grew up across Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
Being an only child, music kept me company - I was pretty much raised on Rock and Hip hop with Egyptian music constantly playing in my household.
The musical influences were overwhelming and really shaped who I am today - I realized nice and early that music was my calling.
I recorded acoustic covers in my bedroom until I got to university in the UK where I would go on to record and drop my first songs on