"Kaina has a voice that few others have. She tells stories few others can. She’s a unique talent, on the verge of something special.
Though you were born in Chicago, I understand your parents are from Guatemala and Venezuela. This definitely comes through in your songwriting, was it important to incorporate your Latina heritage into the music? Did it feel natural, for example, to write lyrics in both Spanish and English?
I think when I write I am not thinking about ways to incorporate my Latina heritage into my music, it sort of just happens because everything I make will be influenced by who I am no matter what..."
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"Tackling the big subjects our nation is currently facing (pubs and not shagging), The Rhythm Method’s How Would You Know I Was Lonely? is a bold and unapologetic debut.
It’s unclear, at first, whether the album is complete genius or just a bit crap: over a strange medley of nineties’ hip-hop lies a Cockney spoken verse and a cheesy, vanilla, suburban chorus..."
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