Following the success of his “Timeline” single, which featured Hypertek Records recording artiste, Dammy Krane, with a Clarence Peters directed video to go alongside as visuals, DMI stays on working hard in order to deliver more addictive tunes. In a bid to achieve this and follow up the already heavy track titled “Timeline”, featuring Dammy Krane [this follows up previously released tracks including “Never Let U Go”, featuring Olamide], DMI teams up with producer extraordinaire, Young D [the man behind a couple of heavy tunes that have recently rocked the Nigerian music industry on the club scenes] to deliver 2 fresh tunes aptly titled “Lerago Le Legolo” and “Rabata Ribiti” respectively.
Taken from a Sepedi language in South Africa, “Lerago Le Legolo” [meant to mean something big and bad e.g a big a**] came to existence as an idea from his South African fans, and now is left for judgment which takes on a positive, with clever arrangement of instruments from Young D, not leaving the excellent delivery of the HoneyBoi P ensign unattended to.
Back to home-front, “Rabata Ribiti” is a funny Yoruba slang coined up by DMI himself, another seemingly addictive tune for everyone to sing along and dance to.
With these 2 heavy tunes, he is sure to set another landmark for himself even as the visuals to his “Never Let U Go” track featuring Olamide, is in works. Listen up and share your thoughts.
Lerago Le Legolo