Conscious music has to be one of the finest forms of music out there today, both home and abroad. We love it, particularly for its tendency to alter the norm, bring about clarity and truth, as well as inspire a positive societal change.
That said, the one conscious music worth talking about and vibing to at the moment will be King Zamir’s “E Done Tey”, a cut in which he enlists MI Abaga for some mileage and gets exactly that. The song comes with a fitting production from the stellar Sarz.
Laden with an air of truth and clarity, it touches on some strong subjects as widespread hunger, impoverishment, theft in public offices, power outages, et al.
The song as well as its production fit like hand in a glove; in one part for its originality and style, and above all for its timely release given the political landscape and socioeconomic mood of the nation in this ever decisive, critical election period.
Interesting lines from Zamir on here, dude had us all up into late last night as he came on Radio to premiere the joint, accompanied by MI & Sarz. There’s no denying that Zamir knows mettle and proves the same yet again. Zamir is worth your while, and the chorus especially, is a cool piece of relatable whatchamacallit.
The song basically sees the host and MI delivering not just grand music but music potent enough to stand the test of time; with the cut particularly bringing to mind the exact same gusto the latter had in “Wild Wild West “ and “Craze” off MI2.
Smashing! Stirring new joint from the LOS man, and kudos to good lyrics and bull’s eye production this has the propensity to stay long on our devices and playlists, in spite of being no outright dance track.