Titled Isaga Lam, Miss Pru features all female artists in the new song including Ambitiouz’s very own LaSauce and newly signed Londie London. She also went across the pond to Mabala Noise and Family Tree and got Gigi Lamayne and Nadia Nakai to drop verses.
Miss Pru has been hard at work with her head down but the popular DJ is back with that new new, just in time for International Day of the Girl Child. Listen when I tell you that there is something charming about this track. This is doubt another hit and we can only hope that a video for this tune is in the pipes.
The joint is about boss ladies who are about their money an who clearly work hard for their guap. And where would we be without a good amount of flexing and flossing right? Gigi Lamayne pulls through on the first verse and kills it dead! The flexing is on a hunnid and since she’s a boss lady, literally, we believe that ish. She pulls through with that street swag that only she can do and the surprise punches she packs in every line.
Nadia Nakai is another one who brought the raps on this and her adlibs made her verse colourful. How she switches up is quite dope and man we love how gully she is on this- there is no time to be naive and soft when you are going after your own and we feel that in the verses. LaSauce is on the hook and she does the most and the newly signed Londie London closes things down with her incredible tone and even more incredible verse.
Mis Pru and her knack for choosing the right beats and arranging fitting artists come through on Isaga Lam, we have to give her props for that. The beat, the theme and the subject matter is fitting and the fact that it is dubbed a song for the Woman Crust Wednesday makes all sorts of sense. Plus the beat goes in!
Cop the song on iTunes and listen to it below!
NEW VIDEO: AKA Drops Fully Monochrome Visuals For #FullyIn
Since dropping his highly anticipated third and last album, Touch My Blood, AKA has been on our lips. The album lives up to all the hype and so does the visuals that accompany it. Today, Supa Mega finally dropped the visuals for his latest single, Fully In.
What makes AKA an exceptional South African artist is not only his use of classic and nostalgic drum patterns and baselines in his music. Songs like Amen and Caiphus Song sound familiar and remind us of a time we have long forgotten. It is also not the use of vernac here and there. What makes him unique is his use of classic South African references in his rhymes.
Fully In is the 7th track to be taken off Touch My Blood and it’s the 3rd music video to come from AKA this year. The joint is about him being fully invested in himself, his music and the game. AKA is firmly on his game on this one with the chant-like hook and the on pace flow giving this song a vibrant feel.
Shot entirely in monochrome, the video is highly energetic and sees AKA engage and interact with the locals. The black and white aspect of it makes the video feel timeless yet contemporary feel.
Peep the video below!