It’s effortless to marvel in the bewitching diversity of music. Kenya native J.S. Ondara releases a stunning record entitled “Saying Goodbye” off his highly anticipated album Tales of America available for pre-order now and for official release February 15th. The beautifully simplistic black and white self-directed visual views Ondara meandering through the halls, dapper per usual and allows the audience to focus on his poetic lyricism.
Goodbye’s are the sons of hello’s, the cousins of fear and the sisters of the unknown.
His aurally pleasing meld of blues, country and folk genres amid his well-ranged delivery takes this listening experience to orgasmic proportions. Stepping into Ondara’s sound gives time-machine like effects. Let’s all say hello to a new muse that’s pretty good at saying goodbye.
Bitterness, was right on her tongue
With her legs, painted like the drum
Loneliness, couldn’t do no harm, Nor the kiss, of her scented balm
Oh honey I’m just getting good at saying goodbye
Getting good at saying goodbye, Getting good at saying goodbye