Haters will say this is not a decent way to break into the local music scene, we, on the other hand, we say ‘shenanigans’ to that. If one thing, this song is definitely not economic with the right kind of vibe; the afro popish -R&B mood is evidently the more auspicious mood for the message. Sure, the chorus and the hook are moderately repetitive, but can we just celebrate the fact that the phrase “ka that” lost all its ambiguity in this song (finally, we know what it means).
Be that as it may, this is a pop song, so maybe we should not worry much about what the song actually means and just shaku-shaku in peace (yes, people still do the shaku-shaku-in fact, we thrive by it).
With this jam being Zoe Lerae’s first single, we surely can’t complain much, in fact, she came through hard as if she is already a veteran in this game. And with vocals as beckoning as hers, I don’t see why she shouldn’t blow up. But if we are being candid, there is room for improvement; there is always room for improvement!