Kenyan singer Jegede is back with a new tune dubbed Wakilisha. Jegede in the musical film “Wakilisha” featuring The Allstars: Nameless, Jerry Ogalo, Big Pin, Daddy Andre, Stivo Simple Boy, Fundi Frank and Vdj Jones. Directed by Deska Torres.
The jam is introduced by one Djshiti and it is a very sweet hit. The comeback of the music Nameless is just one worth ones time.
To add on, this collaboration is just amazing on how the coordination is well done and the message of the song. The Wakilisha is a swahili word that simply means represent.
Also, the vibe and the energy in the song is just awesome. Wakilisha lyrics are brought out so well by the group as each person delivers well.
To add on, Stivo simple boy the mihadarati hit maker is part of the all star in this jam.
What is Wakilisha all about?
To start with the guys are talking about playing Kenyan music. This is a battle that Kenyan artists have been trying to fight for.
“Me and my friends over here tunawakilisha. Good music, good vibes”. Further into the song, Jegede and his counterparts are also talking about a woman.
Tuko kwenye party, kama kuna joto toa shati. This is a line that the celebrated singer Stevo Simple boy has performed. Ndio manake his famous phrase is also felt into the song.
Actually, we must agree that Jegede and his Allstars team have done a great job in Wakilisha. The audio is well mastered and produced. It doe not clash with the beats and thumbs up to this.
Wakilisha has been directed by Deska Torres, and the audio was produced by Jegede. In addition to the good production, you also realise that Jegede’s lyrical prowess is unmatched and the presentation is also great.
In conclusion, the jam gets a rating of 6/10.