Sailors Gang has dropped a new song exactly a week after KFCB CEO Ezekiel Mutua banned their hit song Wamlambez from being played in public spaces.
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The new song dubbed Wainame is all about having the time of your life when you are the club or wherever you may deem fit.
Wainame loosely translates to ‘let them bend over’. As the title suggests, this song is clarion call to well-endowed lasses to let their derrieres do the talking.
I must admit that I was really impressed by the witty rhymes and wordplay by Miracle Baby, Shalkido and Masilver. (Side note: Where the h*ck is Lexxy Yung?)
However, Miracle Baby’s verse was a cut above the rest, especially the part where he is singing in Kikuyu. I kept nodding my head although I could not understand a thing.
This jam also has some mad energy in it, even if you are in low spirits you won’t resist the urge to say, “aaaah we wainame.” Trust me!
The beat, which was produced by the one and only Magix Enga, is also on point. You’ll get instant FOMO once you play the song. But then again, maybe it’s just me.
Interestingly, Magix Enga also shot and directed the video for this song and I think he really tried. Not so bad for a first-timer.
Listen to Wainame here and tell us what you think.