Guess what happens when two of East Africa’s finest artists release a jam together? Yup, you are right. It’s absolutely fire and that is exactly what Harmonize and Khaligraph have done.
Also read: Put some respect on Khaligraph’s name!
The two multi award-winning musicians have released a song dubbed Die and believe you me, it’s the best thing that you will hear today.
The song, which is off Harmonize’s album titled Afro East, has sampled a bit of Wyclef Jean’s Sweetest Girl, a track I am sure most, if not all, of you familiar with.
Die is really infectious, I have listened to it a couple of times since it was released and every time I play it, it’s like I’m hearing it for the very first time.
Harmonize came through on this jam. God gave him an amazing voice and he knows how to put it into good use, take for instance this song where he does an exceptional job on his verse as well as the hook.
This guy sings from his heart and as you listen to him, you get to connect on a deeper level. At some point, it felt like a live performance of the song but then again maybe it’s just me.
As expected, Khaligraph Jones brought his A-game in Die. If you are huge fan of is like I am then I do not need to tell you that he has a dope flow. His wordplay skills are also on point and you just want to keep listening to him.
To add to that his style blends so well with that of Harmonize and if you ask me, the two artists should do more jams together because why not?
Although the beat and instrumentation is that of Sweetest Girl, it was modified a bit and the result is excellent. I will obviously retain this song on my playlist for the rest of the year.
Listen to Die below and tell us what you think.
April 2, 2020