Welcome to another brand new month. I really have no recollection of how fast time has flown by. Here’s this week’s installation of hot new music, and we still shine the spotlight on all ends of the spectrum.
Redsan – Rio
You must be surprised that Redsan is still putting out music in 2019. The veteran is still signed to Sony Music Africa and this record –‘Rio’ was released by the label a few days ago. The video is shot in Rio Brazil showcasing the different cultural and lifestyle aspects. Redsan switches lingo to Spanish and the instrumental has some Spanish guitar influence. For me, it is a regular jam. I’d score it 5/10 as nothing stands out of it.
Timmy Tday Feat Rosa Ree – Kipopo
Hit-maker Timmy has crossed over Tanzanian border to settle for a hot collabo with Rosa Ree. The two stars with a high affinity for hit music have a Kapuka-dancehall influenced record that bangs on heavy sound. Timmy comes through with his Swahili hilarious lines while Rosa goes hard on the rap you’d doubt she is Tanzanian. (With all honesty she has lived in Kenya long enough hence the influence). This jam is a proper blast 8/10.
Gwaash Feat Retro, Mars & Young – Katambe
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Willy Paul Feat Nandy – Hallelujah
Our favorite secular/gospel act is back again with a new song featuring secular songbird Nandy. The jam has nothing to do with the gospel but a descriptor of lust and erotic notions. The record has garnered over a million Youtube hits in a week, and people are still intrigued by Willy Paul’s antics. On the real tho, the jam slaps for a bedroom session no lie. I’d rate it 8/10.
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