The jam titled Pombe Na Mziki has been ruling the airwaves since it came out a few days ago and to be honest, we’re also feeling it.
Pombe Na Mziki is a party song. It’s the kind of music that would not miss on the playlist of a club because it kind of inspires revelers to keep drinking.
It’s so infectious. If you have been a fan of Mr Blue as long as I have then this will definitely be a treat for you because he really brought his A-game on this one.
His flow and wordplay skills are impeccable and you just want to keep listening to him as he does his thing. Notably, he also has great punchlines and the best part is that Swahili rap slaps so hard.
Steve RnB also came through on this track. He spiced it up with his amazing voice which blends really well with that of Mr. Blue. The two artists really complement one another and they should just become a group. Okay, I’m joking.
The beat on this song is dope because it slaps hard and blends well with the vocals of the two musicians. I really love the video because of its crisp quality and flawless scene transitioning.
WatchPombe Na Mziki below and tell us what you think.
The jam titled Inanimaliza, which is a Swahili word that means it’s finishing me is off Harmonize’s album Afro East and it has been ruling the airwaves since it came out a few days ago.
Maybe you can already tell, maybe you can’t for one reason or another but Inanimaliza is a love ballad. It talks about a couple that is going through tough times and hurting because of waht they feel for each other.
In the track, Harmonize narrates how he felt the first time he saw this lady and how they fell out. It is his wishes that things could go back to the way they were but it seems impossible at this point.
Although I am not a huge fan of Bongo music, I really love this jam. I don’t know about you but I think it’s infectious, it is the kind of song that will make you text your ex and tell her that you miss her or slide into your crush’s DM.
Harmonize has an amazing voice and as you listen to the jam, you can tell that he is really sincere about the way that he feels about the lady in question. Notably, he also knows how to control his voice.
Mr Blue really spiced up this jam with his rap. Otherwise it would be just another love song. This guy has an amazing flow and you just want to keep listening to him as he does his thing.
Of course, I absolutely love the instrumentation in this jam though I have a feeling that some of you will say it’s slow. However, I feel it works.
Listen to Inanimaliza below and tell us what you think.
The jam titled Niko Sawa, which is are Swahili words that mean I’m okay, has been ruling the airwaves since it came out a few hours ago and to be honest, we also love it.
As you would expect, this track is really infectious. If you love both Kelechi Africana and Mr Blue then I’ll tell you for free that this is the treat of a lifetime.
Kelechi Africana did a good job on Niko Sawa. This lad can really sing and the way I see it, the one thing that makes him a cut above the rest is his unique voice.
To add to that, he knows how to control his voice and as he sings you can tell that he means what he’s saying and it’s like he the listener in mind and that makes it easier for his fans to connect with him.
Mr Blue also killed it. You see, although the Tanzanian star has a similar style with Kelechi Africana, as you listen to Niko Sawa you can tell that there is such a big difference between the two artists.
And I guess that is the reason why this song is very catchy. Despite the fact that they have different styles, they really blend well on one song so much so that your hand will be stuck on the replay button.
The beat and instrumentation on this jam is also impeccable. It is those kind of songs that you can’t resist the urge to bust a move to as you listen to them.
Listen to Niko Sawa below and tell us what you think.
Tanzanian singer Khery Sameer Rajab, better known as Mr Blue, has linked up with Mejja Kunta on the remix of the latter’s popular hit Mamu.
The song dubbed Mamu Remix has received a lot of airplay on both TV and radio stations since it was released a few weeks ago.
To say that I love this jam would be an understatement because it’s so great, I know that you will agree with me after listening to it.
As expected, Mr Blue really came through. His bars in this jam are dope and you just want to keep listening to him as he flows.
Of course, the other thing that stood out me is the Kwasa Kwasa (or is Lingala) beat and instrumentals. It makes this jam funky and chances are you’ll have it on replay because of the two.
To be honest, I was not really impressed by the visuals for this. I felt it was too simple and dull. If you are the kind of person who is into music videos, I feel that you will be disappointed by this one but then again maybe it’s just me.
Generally speaking, this song is dope. It’s worth your time and if you have good taste, like yours truly, then I am sure you’ll spend the rest of this day jamming to this song.
Watch Mamu Remix below and tell us what you think.
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