February Music of the Week – First Week

February Music of the Week – First Week

Here is what to listen to this week.

Kaki Mwihaki – Incredible (featuring Edu the Rapper)

Incredible “speaks about the invariable nature of God,” Kaki told Verse5ve. “Unlike human beings who change their stand and feelings towards you, God assures us of constant love. He loves us so unconditionally that nothing we will ever do or fail to do can ever separate us from His love,” she explained.

Read about the circumstances that led to Kaki writing the song and how she got Edu to feature in the song here.

Watch the video below:

Kris Erroh – Realest

Realest is a song to celebrate people going through a tough time and no one to call,” Kris Erroh told Verse5ve. “Anyone who got to a rough patch and there was no one to call. The song celebrates people who are going through it and those that conquered the season.”

Read more about it here.

Kaki features lyrics from this song on her Incredible song as well.

Watch the Realest video below:

Rizen Rizon – Bali (featuring Mag44)

Bali is slang for father. R2 said that the song was a way of telling people “we have a father who is more than capable to dig us out of any mess and be our source of life, joy, and hope. While you may not have had this father-like cover, there is a better father who is worth boasting about. The kind that no father can match – God Himself.”

Read more about it here.

Watch the video below:

Zamora – Sumilani

“Sumilani is a song that celebrates African culture and also calls to attention to people who have been working hard to continue doing so without paying attention to any negativity and just wait on Gods timing!” Zamora told Verse5ve.

Read more about it here.

Watch the video below:

Heesun Lee – Future MV

The Korean born rapper released her first song (and video) off her upcoming EP, Flying Cars.

Read more about it here.

Watch the video below:

CalledOut Music – You Are My God

Nigerian born singer, CalledOut Music released the You Are My God video two weeks ago.

Read more about it here.

Watch the video below:

Scooby the Lazy Rapper – Kula Huu

“We’ve lost too many people,” Scooby told Verse5ve. I mean most of my friends are artists. I used to get bad news every now and then. Like Stonee Jiwe just lost his mom, the same week, Kennon lost his mom too. The next week, my friend Kenny born lost his dad then Timeless Noel (lost his dad) then came Sagini … yaani it’s been crazy.”

“I got tired of tolerating that craziness,” Scooby says. “That’s why I did the song Kula Huu… shetani akule huu.”

Read more about it here.

Listen to the song below:

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