Weekend Roundup: Susumila, Rekles, B Classic 006, Maima and Adasa Drop New Hot Music
8 August 2021
[Photo Credit: Susumila Instagram]
By Lydia M Joshua
In a blink of an eye, the weekend is behind us, proving that the old adage ‘the only thing that travels faster than light is weekends’ is actually true. Looking on the bright side, the weekend also blessed us with new jams from our favorite artists including Rekles, B Classic, Maima, and many more.
This article is a weekend roundup, focusing on new music from our renowned Kenyan artists.
Kiuno - Susumila ft Rekles
Renowned Kenyan artist Susumila released a new jam dubbed ‘Kiuno’ featuring Rekles. ‘Kiuno’ is a groovy Swahili RnB in which these talented artists praise a gorgeous lady who has a ‘fire waist’. The two feed off each other’s energy to create ‘Kiuno’, with Susumila dropping a creatively written melody as Rekles blesses us with an excellent rap which incorporates his classical wordplay.
Pisi Kali - B Classic 006 ft Marioo
Talented Kenyan artist B Classic 006 released a new jam dubbed ‘Pisi Kali’ featuring Tanzanian star Marioo. ‘Pisi Kali’ is a trending phrase which refers to a lady who is extremely beautiful. In this groovy jam, these two artists describe the different qualities in a lady which makes them extremely beautiful including their dressing style and other physical qualities.
Nthi Ino Nditei - Maima
Celebrated Kamba artist Maima released a new song dubbed ‘Nthi Ino Nditei’. ‘Nthi Ino Nditei’ is an upbeat Kamba song which translates to ‘This World Has No Mercy’. In this song, Maima narrates his life story, focusing on his first years in Nairobi. He describes the challenges he went through during those years after his own relatives refused to host him which taught him that this world has no mercy.
Nawe - Adasa
Fast-rising artist Adasa dropped a new jam dubbed ‘Nawe’. Delivering soft sultry vocals in this song, Adasa sings that she has chosen to remain with her lover forever and ever till death do them part.
My Jaber - H_Art The Band ft Brizy Annechild
‘Jaber’ is a Dholuo word which translates to ‘a person of beauty; it is often used to describe females who have exceptional physical qualities that make them outstandingly attractive and deeply pleasurable to look at. Sticking to the meaning of the word ‘Jaber’, H_art The Band and Brizzy deliver well-versed melodic lyrics to an upbeat instrumental, as they praise the special ladies in their lives.