Banks Music leader, Reekado Banks has dropped a dazzling and stirring studio number termed, “Lupita Nyongo.”
Knowledgeably, Lupita Nyong’o is a hollywood actress with a Mexican and Kenyan descent. She was born and raised in Mexico and Kenya respectively where her father was a teacher in Mexico. Reekado Banks titling the song with her name was a way to pay tribute to her.
The Amapiano-inspired studio record was taken off Reekado Banks‘ just-unveiled body of work tagged, “OTR, Vol. 2” (Where Did We Stop?). The extended craft contains 5 exquisite sounds with hit like “Ozumba Mbadiwe” still rocking every corner of the streets.
Lastly, the energetic Amapiano number was produced by well-known music producer, P.Priime and co-produced by Biggie Jazzy who added a little taste of Afrobeat on the South Africa’s popular instrumental.
“Lupita Nyongo” has some catchy lyrics like:
“damn (damn) i could spare you a couple hundred racks (racks), how do you fit a denim up on your ass, fefe ne fe na the beauty of a woman, see as you fine my lupita nyongo x2”
Listen to “Lupita Nyongo” by Reekado Banks below.