Covid-19 pandemic may stay around longer but artists around the globe are getting very creative and dropping song after song.
Beyonce Knowles released a chart-topping visual album ‘Black Is King’, Kenyan afro-pop band Sauti Sol gave a world-class performance during their ‘Midnight Train’ album launch, South African rapper Nasty C has released a new album titled ‘Zulu Man With Some Power’, Nigerian Dancehall artist Patoranking just dropped his third album titled ‘Three’ and his fellow countryman Burna Boy is riding high following the release of his ‘Twice As Tall’ album.
Ghanian duo Keche teamed up with fellow countryman Kuami Eugene to bring fans a groovy weekend jam titled ‘No Dulling’
The track is an up-tempo party fusion of afro-pop and hiplife; a feel-good club banger, providing a stage for the vocal range and dexterity of Andrew King and Kuame Eugene, not neglecting the lyrical prowess of Joshine.
Over their sixteen-year career longevity, the duo are no strangers to hits; from pressure and
Aluguntugui to Today and Same girl, Keche has made hit making a trademark. The group is also known for their effective collaborations, working with the likes of Sarkodie, Edem, Bisa Kdai on various hits.
Our East African neighbours in Kenya have a new hit dubbed Secrete or simply in Kiswahili ‘Siri’- dropped by Fena Gitu.
‘Siri’ is a Swahili phrase that translates to ‘Secret’, with the jam being all about keeping your secrets safe. The upbeat and catchy ‘Siri’ revolves around two ladies who have a secret affair and are trying really hard to keep it away from the public.
“Keep it between me and you Nobody affi know what we do Are we fooling around, are we cheating But your forbidden fruit so sweet I wanna scream it out loud every time you take it down low,” the song lyrics read in part.