Kenyan songstress Juliet Ayub Miriam, better known as Jovial, has released a new track with Tanzania’s Wyse and it is getting so much love from their fans.
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The track titled Harusi, which is a Swahili word that means wedding, tells the story of a man and a woman who have decided to settle down because of the love that they have for one another.
In the song, Wyse says that he has no problem bidding farewell to bachelorhood because he has met a very beautiful lady who respects him and is well-behaved.
On the other hand, Jovial says she is really excited because he has decided to forsake others for her. She says that she is lucky that they will get to spend the rest of their lives together because he is not a proud man and listens to her.
I really love this jam though I must admit that it took me some time for me to understand it. At first I was astounded because the sound is different from the Jovial that we all know but it grew on me with time.
If you are a huge fan of the Deejay hitmaker like myself then I am sure you know that she has amazing vocals. To add to that, she knows how to control her voice, she can go from low to high and vice versa with so much ease.
Wyse is also a talented singer, there’s no doubt about that. I particularly love how he expressing himself in in Harusi, one might even think that he and Jovial are really settling down.
The beat and instrumentation are the reason why this song stands out. There’s no doubt in my mind that it was done by a Tanzanian producer and that’s why most Kenyans will find it unique.
I really love the video for this jam. It was brilliantly executed and everything was on point, from the location, styling, lighting, props, models, concept down to to the editing of the video itself.
Watch Harusi below and tell us what you think.