Kcee Could this be singer's best outfit yet?

Could Kcee finally be ditching his colorful ways for a more subtle stylish approach? We definitely hope so, as the musician stunned in his best look yet at the AMVCA 2016.

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Kcee at the AMVCA 2016

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Could Kcee finally be ditching his colorful ways for a more subtle stylish approach? We definitely hope so, as the singer stunned in his best look yet at the AMVCA 2016.

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Kcee in a suit

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The AMVCA 2016 have come and gone but we just cannot get over Kcee’s surprising look to the award ceremony. Although the singer donned a familiar outfit for black tie events and award ceremonies, he made a mark because he was out of his usual colorful zone.

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Kcee in a red agbada

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The ‘Limpopo’ master is known for his very colorful attires, not afraid to try on various colors and patterns while dressing up. This time, he went with a black tuxedo suit, paired with a crisp white shirt, black waist coat and black bowtie by Taryor Gabriels.

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Kcee and Ubi Franklin at AMVCA 2016

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He finished off his look with patent leather oxford shoes, black sunglasses, a silver watch and rings. However, didn’t lose his signature colorful flare, as he accessorized with a gold chain on the waist coat, a large white lapel brooch and a black and white pocket square.

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Kcee at the AMVCA 2016

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What makes this look not just a turn around for Kcee but one of the best looks of the night is due to the simplicity of the look, using neutral colors, black and white and combining it with great tailoring.

Do you agree that this is Kcee’s best look yet? Let us know below.

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