Sudi Boy pours out his heart in new single ‘Kolola’ and we love it (Video)

Mombasa-based singer Sudi Mohammed, better known as Sudi Boy, has released a new jam and we can’t get enough of it.

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The song dubbed Kolola was inspired by a classic tune from the 1980s titled Embe Dodo by Them Mushrooms. If you have heard it before then there’s no doubt in my mind that you have good taste in music.

Sudi Boy
Sudi Boy

Anyway, Sudi Boy’s rendition, which I must say was beautifully done, is a love ballad of sorts. It about two lovers who are patch things up after falling out so basically, the guys asking the lady for forgiveness.

In the track, he says he went through a lot of trouble before he found her and that she helped him realize his dreams and changed him. As such, he is not ready to give up what they have, isn’t love a beautiful thing?

This jam is so infectious. If you are going to do a rendition of a classic tune you better nail it like Sudi Boy did or just find something simpler to sing.

I’ve had this song on replay since it was released a few days ago and every time I play it, it’s like I’m hearing it for the very first time because it sounds so pleasant to the ears. Trust me, I’m not exaggerating.

Sudi Boy

Sudi Boy’s melodious voice is perhaps the reason I keep listening to this jam. To add to that, the instrumentation and beat by Maro and Vicky Pon Dis are subtle but catchy.

The director also did an excellent job since the video paints a visual picture of what the song is about so much so that you can watch it on mute and still understand it.

Watch Kolola below and tell us what you think.

Sudi Boy latest jam dubbed ‘Kaba’ is too lit (Video)

Coast-based singer Sudi Mohammed, better known as Sudi Boy, has dropped a new joint and we really love it.

Also read: Why Coastal music barely gets any nationwide attention

The jam dubbed Kaba, which is a Swahili word that means ‘to restrain’ or ‘to choke’, talks about inhibiting feelings for that lass that you can’t get enough of.

Sudi Boy explains that in as much you are taken aback by her sexy body, you should not be tempted to bed her because she will make you waste so much money.

In the 2nd verse he sings, “Sipati picha kamili, nikiwa naye chumbani, najua atanipa honey, niharibu mali ya thamani.”

Sudi Boy
Sudi Boy

The line that many people will remember from this song is the part where Sudi Boy says, “Akikubali samaki ntamla pande zote.” I really don’t know what to make of it.

The video, which was directed by Royal State Pictures, was also on point. I loved the smooth scene transitions and the flawless editing.

The other thing that struck me is of course the beat on this jam which was done by a chap known as Beat Ya Mavo.

Although Sudi Boy’s lyrical prowess and voice is indisputable, the beat really spiced up this jam. As you listen to it, you can’t help but bust moves or nod your head.

Watch Kaba below and tell what you think.