Matching into March with crispy fresh new music from the 254. The month has started off hot and in today’s chart we have a cocktail of good music – club bangers, dope collaborations, and even, a powerful comeback.
Staki – Femi One Ft Domani Mkadinali
Staki is one long overdue collaboration as the musical chemistry between Femi One and Domani is pure flames. While Domani shines on the catchy hook, Femi One delivers legit bars on the verses. The firm message of saying no to things that they don’t want is very clear from beginning to end. Lastly, the music video has a crime scene that looks very creative and further accentuates the song’s message.
You Are Good – Amani
Gospel singer Amani made a comeback this week with her latest hit You Are Good. The song is an uplifting celebration of the power of faith and a reminder that, no matter what life may bring, there is always a reason to be grateful. Amani beautifully sings her heart out in this testimony of God’s goodness.
Out – Ssaru Ft Masauti
Out by Ssaru and Masauti is a perfect Gengetone and Bongo connect. A certified party tune, the song is well layered with a melodic instrumental that blends well Masauti’s vocals and Ssaru’s bars. In addition to that, Out has quite an unforgettable chorus. Crispy Fresh certified!
Inabamba (Aii Wewe) – Stevo Simple Boy
Stevo Simple Boy’s new song, “Inabamba (Aii Wewe)” is taking the industry by storm. The tune is a certified club banger if the attention it has gotten so far is anything to go by. From its catchy hook to the infectious lyrics, to the colorful and well-choreographed visuals, this tune is destined to top the charts.
Come Over – Bobby V & King Kanja
Long-term collaborators US-based Kenyan rapper King Kanja and American R&B singer-songwriter Bobby V have linked up once again to release Come Over. Despite their different sounds, the two artists complement each other on Afro/R&B and Dancehall record. Furthermore, looking at the entire production, the song definitely passes the vibe check and we love it.