There is always one person you turn to when you are in dire need of help. Sometimes, the road seems tough, but you end up asking “why me”. Human beings are not reliable and that is why KefaZz and co are asking in this brilliant new song, “Who Dey Help?”
WHO DEY HELP is a song that has rich combinations of Afro-centric elements in the instrumentation, a hip-hop feel, and as well, a strong rhythmic accompaniment. The song was composed by KefaZz (Simple Touch) for KastiQ Media Productions.
Opening the song is Ricqy Ultra with a different and unusual style that majority of his fans never knew he had. He is just unpredictable and he know how to deliver. Listen up to this rapper’s version were he blended the “pigin english” and the Yoruba accent in this song to produce the naija flava type of music.
KefaZz, on the other hand, took his time to deliver a double lingua by spitting in English and Hausa dialect. The singer shows that he can’t be left out when it comes to the rap game.
Freeman Alee is another rap veteran who knows the basis of hardcore rap. His deeply controlled, punchlines are there for all to feel. In his line, he asked “Who do you rep? Is it man or God? I dey feel like the man on board.”
Igbo based rapper, AB Kapon fiercely jumped on this song and shows that he is not one to be toyed with in the indigenous rap circle. His deep voice is just one that will definitely freeze you. Plus, AB Kapon wish to let everyone knows that he feels like a king in this song. Better bow down.
Lastly on the song is Astone. The Yaron Tumbin Giwa Crooner took on this song with his unique pattern. Listen to him and get to know him better with his seducing vocal talent.
Variety is the spice of life. this song will definitely remind people of Olamide’s version of WHO YOU EPP. But hey! This is not a cover. Though the song followed the same rendition of the artist’s hook, the concept sounds a lot better and the production is just amazing.
Produced by Simple Touch, the song was Mixed and mastered at KastiQ Media Productions.
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The song calls for humanity to help one another in terms of need. The song strongly supports the change policy adopted by the Federal Government seeking for Nigerians to move along and promote the “Change Begins With Me” slogan.
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