After a general underwhelming perfomance last year, the self-proclaimed African King Kong of rap Briss Mbada is back to give his starving f...
After a general underwhelming perfomance last year, the self-proclaimed African King Kong of rap Briss Mbada is back to give his starving fans a new banger.
Tailor-made by Raw Music and Big Shots, the vertiginous song comes fully equipped with heavy 808 drums and a dark booming bass.Blesser among other things, displays the rapper's driving brand of farinaceous flickering-level street reportage that comes with contemplative hypnosis and a confrontational mood.
In the song Briss makes it clear that he is not an aficionado of the morden trend of romance -the blesser-blessee thing.The heartfelt, yet languid song found the rapper exploring the roots of this tolerable societal vice. He paints vividly pictures of financially constrained 'hood" girls who are falling to the predatory of wealthy foxes.Unabashedly,he spits some highly brashing and disrespectful lines to to those who perpetuate the act.
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With lyrics as explicity as this you can tell it's quite a juicy song.The song is yet to be available online but it's already doing nice rotations on local radio stations.