Victoria Kimani back, this time with a single dubbed “Swalalala”. The Video was directed by Sweetness and produced by Masterkraft. This something that no one should miss. Kimani glides through with the lyrics and the tempo. Damn! This girl is fine. The Kenyan song writer has been in the media with cat fights but this jam still proves she can still do music. This release comes after has latest song Wash It which featured Ghanaian lyricist Sarkodie. This song is simply a dis to her haters.
The song was shot in Kibera kenya, which is amongest the largest slums in Africa. The background is very creative and honestly, who would have that Kimani would shoot a video in such a place? The lyrics and the beats are just in sync with the song. The video quality is of international standards. The words and the video too are in sync. The production generally is commendable. Also make up and costume was well thought off. Victoria Kimani had great minds working with her.
Kimani has done so well in the lyrics of Swalalala. There is a lot of repetition used to bring out the title of the song. Also the style brings out the rhyme in this song. I mean listen to the flow. The song is just about this girl and the message she is setting to her haters. There is this line where she says, “Shine right like a diamond. Everything set you know” This line is so powerful, it means that she will keep on shinning and goes ahead to liken her success to the shinning of a diamond.
This is where now the words lie; “Then go swalalala swalalala yeah Shout out to the haters They cannot stop me They cannot block my way(Fvck you)”. Go wild and show the haters that her success cannot be stopped. Girl sounded very bitter. But anyway it happens.
The song is good and it can be played anywhere. If you are a fan of Afro Jazz, I recommend you listen to swalalala. I give the song a rating of 6/10.
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