After a super busy day keeping you updated on Kenya’s next big thing; Kenyanbulletin.com, I head on to YouTube to maybe unwind and get entertained. But the I come across Nadia’s new song and because I know her for dropping major tunes, I clicked on the video.
Tamu kama embe dodo nitakupa mpaka uzirai, the first line hits me and then I realized this is not the same Nadia Mukami of Si Rahisi, on to the next one taratibu bwana mkunaji leo nashake ki Nicki Minaji and one would tell just how steamy the song would be.
This is however not that much surprising, and because she is a secular artiste then I will not be too judgemental, its allowed. But just how did she arrive to this decision, I mean writing such lyrics, personally I respect her and I’ve always been her die hard fun.
Over the time that I’ve known her as a singer, her songs have been one would confidently sing to her boyfriend anytime any day.
Let’s take a look at African Lover for example, honestly she killed it, the lyrics so good not noted on how her vocals were so on point. From such to Ikamate Hiyo is a bit not fair.
Controversy pays, we’ve seen what it has done to our boy Willy Paul, yeah it pays but now are you ready to face all that it comes with? We can’t really tell what it has in store for you but trust me, it wont be easy.
Apart from our girls Huddah and Vera, no woman has surely endured much hate than them, they’ve seen it all, but now they’re different. You’re in the music business and they’re in the clitocurrency sector. You will quickly loose ‘customers’ than them if you don’t play your cards well. Just incase they’re a true defination of hate endurance to you then you’re wrong.
Finally, Nadia Mukami this is a plea from me to you, I love your music and we’d want to hear more of Yule Yule, Lola, African Lover, Ikamate Hiyo was a disappointment to me. Stick to what we know you for. Don’t let controversy eat you up. Keep winning.