There are days when Gengetone artists make me extremely happy and today is one of days. I have been listening to a new jam by Breeder LW, Odi Wa Murang’a and Benzema and to be honest, I am so amazed by their creativity.
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The track dubbed Nyege Nyege has been ruling the airwaves since it was released a few days ago and it is not hard to understand why. Ladies and gentlemen, this song is really dope. I’m not exaggerating.
Like I always say, if you chose to ignore the raunchiness of the lyrics and focus on the wordplay and rhymes, you will realize that some of these Gengetone artists are amazing lyricists.
I’ve been listening to this jam on repeat over the last few days and one things is for sure, it’s really infectious. I don’t know if it’s just me but this song will put you in a good mood as you listen to it.
The verses on Nyege Nyege are really sick. For instance, you have to admit that Breeder LW did a good job. This guy has a unique ability to play around with words and you just want to keep listening to him.
As expected, Benzema also aced it. I know you’ll agree with me that he had the illest verse on this track and for him it is never really about rhyming but the things that he says. He has a way of getting his points across.
For instance, in this jam he says “Twende twende nina maradhi radhi ya ngono ngono*2, na leo naekelea si betslip ni rungu hongera, ntakugwara saa ya ngono na aloe vera, panga line kama Rono na Vera.” It’s so dope right?
Odi Wa Murang’a, who’s one third of Boondocks Gang, did not disappoint either. Apart from delivering a dope hook, he also had a lit verse and for him it has everything to do with his hoarse voice.
The beat on this song is also impeccable. It blends really well with the musicians’ styles and tempos. To add to that, it just gives off some good vibes
Listen to Nyege Nyege below and tell us what you think. Enjoy!
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