London collective Krsnafari release genre fluid debut EP – ‘The Last of Us’

Based in London, Krsnafari are the new collective of unique, young creatives who are striving to promote healing, positivity and transformation through their art and music. Formed of three friends Nitaiji, Jahraswati and Satnav who came together as a union upon the realisation that they all wanted to create healing through sound within their artistry. Believing in the power of music to heal wounds that medicine cannot they incorporate ancient, spiritual mantras into their lyrics in order to channel their medicinal effects on the mind, body and soul. 

Incorporating and utilising different elements of many genres from Hip-Hop to tech, house, drill, RnB and reggae, Krsnafari are not limited to the confines of genre. It’s this freedom and their global message combined which makes them such an interesting, exciting and exceptional trio of artists. 

Created by Stem Studios

Music with substance, this debut EP ‘The Last of Us’ comes to us on none other than Earth Day itself, making it for a rather poignant listen. 

Discussing the mission, Krsnafari explain, “The Last of us EP is calling to all those that want to make a difference. The world is changing very rapidly and to accommodate for this new age we have to be prepared. Music is a powerful tool to reach people’s hearts and it can heal the wounds that medicine cannot. We hope that this EP will be able to show people that we can’t sit back and let our inner demons win, we have the power to be the best we can be. Purity is the force.”

Sit back, reflect and let the powerful messages embedded within each track truly land.

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