RIMINISCING ASKIA AND MR LEO IN NGARMA
This song would remain Spanking for a long long time. I can’t help but wonder when we shall be able to get back our lives.
I can’t even begin to stomach the souls we have lost. Can we please have a moment of silence for the brothers, sisters, mothers fathers, and children we have lost!
(Now that the black blanket is out of the way, let’s Reminisce “Ngarma” by Askia and Mr. Leo)
Gorgeous Askia” s personal life has not been easy due to the collapse of her marriage but regardless, she stays strong (a workaholic never sleeps) and is always Game!
Marriage isn’t the source of her musical sanity! Not even the source of her inspiration. A heavyweight and a lyrical monstress as evident in songs like “Prison” and “let’s Talk”
A maestro of verbal expression with yet “Another banger”
(you don catch me pants down, lol)
This is another song about the ongoing crises in our wonderful Northwest and southwest region of Cameroon
We’ve been frying popcorn in these two regions anyhow! I still remember those days when popcorn was a treat reserved for Christmas and special occasions!
(Sorry for my drift)
Those who know me, know I never hesitate to be blunt, so take my word for it when I say this song is a unique piece. Its uniqueness is due to the fact that it’s coming from a place of realness. Every anglophone can connect to this song
Our Grand Lion didn’t hesitate to season and flavor this pot of soup by putting all his money-voice into this soup.
Crystal and clear is Leo’s approach: “We have lost a lot of blood and we are tired”. A message I wish we all could actually get t!
As musicians, we are obligated to use our potential to impact and influence change! And it’s clear Askia and Mr. Leo get this so well!
Note this: professionals would never sell pock meat to a Muslim crowd.
The cultural identity engrave in the sonics of this song is remarkable
( saah, grammar deh. I Sabi di work. Lol, a beg I di joke ohh. No boleh me career before e start)
Askia and Leo did a good job once again by expressing the pain of the people through their sounds.
Our culture is our heritage and the cultural similarities of these two maestros are worth reckoning! Their work on this is outstanding
Enjoy this song but don’t forget to remember that we are only powerful together.
War never brings unity to no land.
( Always hold ya brother or sister tell yi say “ I love you” in a very formal way ohh. Don’t be getting any ideas here)
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