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Harmonize drops new classic tune ‘Hujanikomoa’ (Video)

February 10, 2020 at 04:05
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Award-winning Tanzanian musician and songwriter Harmonize – real name Rajab Abdul Kahali – has released a new track dubbed Hujanikomoa and it’s getting so much love from his fans, even his fiercest critics.

Also read: Kenyan musicians have so much to learn from their Tanzanian counterparts

From the little Swahili that I know and feel free to correct me if I’m wrong, Hujanikomoa means ‘you don’t pull it off’ or forcefully removing something or someone from a certain place. Does that make any sense? I hope it does.

Harmonize; he is back with a new tune Hujanikomoa


This is a love ballad of sorts. Harmonize is telling a certain lady that she has not succeeded in pushing him away and she is just making things worse.

To be honest, the first time I listened to this song, I was kind of astonished but I guess I came to love it the more kept listening to. The sound is different from the Harmonize that we’ve become used to in the last few years.

His style in this jam is heavily-influenced by Chakacha and not Afro Bongo like is previous releases and that is why it might take some time before the song resonates with you but once it does, you won’t stop playing it.

Harmonize; he is back with a new tune Hujanikomoa


This jam is infectious. Other than the fact that it’s well-arranged I just love how simple it is. I bet he composed it and shot the video in less than two days.

Like I mentioned earlier, I love the instrumentation especially because it’s different from the norm. It’s not what you would expects someone like Harmonize to use to make a hit song but he did just that.

The video concept is also effortless but impeccable. It was shot in the hood and as you’d expect, there are some ladies who are shaking their derrieres like the world is coming to an end.

Listen to Hujanikomoa below and tell us what you think.




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