"Kill U” is written alongside the Swedish producer and artist Christian Walz. The song is a mix of pop, soul, r & b and jazz. The energy, the synthesizers and the drums reinforce the powerful voice of Esther Kirabo.
– I like to experiment. When I write, it sometimes feels like going through a lifetime in just a few days. Songs are so hard to understand. But I constantly search and create new music, and that urge will never end. Esther Kirabo's music comes from within. From the age of six to the age of 18, she was in a church choir and played the drums, which laid the foundation for her musicality. "Throughout my childhood, I spend a lot of time in the church. Everything was allowed and I’ve been around people that encouraged me to be myself.
But today music is Esther Kirabo’s true "religion".
"Music is so beautiful and satisfying and hard at the same time. But once you get through it and feel the chorus rush inside your bloodstream or get in touch with the audience during a gig, that's when you know that music has its own life.<br>