A Conversation With Tama Gucci
Being creative at multiple things is something that used to be difficult to accomplish, but with the rise of technology and the drive behind this new age of millennials, it is something that can be done. Kymani Floyd is one of those creative artist out here doing what he loves unapologetically.
One of South Florida's artist on the rise, Kymani Floyd, who goes by "Tama Gucci" is helping fill the missing void of male R&B singers. With his vintage vibe and almost timeless style, it is safe to say that he is creating his own lane when it comes to his music.
Tama Gucci's alternative style when it comes to writing/singing feels so natural and offers a vibe that feels welcoming, like his song Really Into You. I almost feel like I can do a few yoga sequences to this track just because it makes me feel so calm.
Not only is his music something that I feel we have been missing in this new age of music, but his voice and what he stands for. Although Tama Gucci comes off as a quiet soft spoken person, the words that he writes/sings speak volumes. Touching on topics such as hypermasculinity in his track Boy's Cry Too. Breaking the status quo male stereotype image that's placed so heavily on today's generation of men.
I was able to sit down with Tama Gucci while in South Beach, Miami and captured some cool shots of him. He also shares with us what he hopes his whole movement as an artist does for the rest of us in the video above.
Make sure you keep up with Tama Gucci, he's always dropping teasers and updates of his music via his Instagram page.