Hemedy Seeks Reconciliation in New Song 'Hallo'
7 April 2020
By Paul A.
Tanzanian singer Hemedy PHD has released a new song dubbed ‘Hallo’.
Just like his past releases, the song produced by GerryBeatz is all about love.
In the song, Hemedy is attempting to reach out to his lover who has disappeared off the radar.
The former Tusker Project Fame contender speaks about how he misses his lover who has ditched him.
He cries out that he is unable to function normally and even goes to the extent of confessing that he can no longer eat, a situation that might lead to his death.
“Baby hallo..baby hallo.. My lover.. Nimezoea uwepo wako, nihurumie, niruidie nilale...kazi sifanyi nabaki kula kaya…” sings Hemedy.
The song is a classic love song that is destined to perform well on the charts as it reminds us of Hemedy’s potential musically.
Additionally, on the chorus, the musician who also doubles up as an actor has featured an unidentified female singer.
The two voices perfectly blend with the beats. The beats set a loving mood and a reconciliatory tone that helps in delivering the message clearly.
The theme of the song is borrowed from Adele's global hit of 'Hallo', is and it fair enough to say Hemedy has not disappointed at all.