042 rapper and representative, Zoro gets his audience this amazing rhythm tagged, “Waka Waka” off “Titella” album.
A quick reminder that Zoro concluded 2020 with a certified melody that banged all through the festive period. He unleashes a proud song, “Waka Waka” this weekend for us to groove on.
Nonetheless, “Waka Waka” talks about Zoro’s journey to African countries like Uganda and Rwanda and how things has been falling in place. He sang the hook in Pidgin Language mixed with English and Igbo. The verses are also of high quality; Zoro isn’t here to play.
Zoro’s has gone on to release three official songs in 2021 with “African Girl Bad” featuring Oxlade as his debut, “DTTM” (One me) as his sophomore unbolted in March, 2021 and he is flying high with this street prospective bop, “Waka Waka.”
Zoro has made it clear he will be dropping a studio project, “Titella” album before the end of the year and we are all looking forward to what he has to put up for his die-hard followers.
Zoro was introduced to the mainstream with his “Ogene” song that was played throughout that period and ever since his inception, he made sure he stays relevant by gifting us numerous style of jams he produced, featured an act or get featured on.
Additionally, “Waka Waka” will also form part of his forthcoming studio album, “Titella”. Production was carried out by one and only Young Willis – creating magic to suit the ear’s atmosphere.
“Waka Waka” has some catchy lyrics like:
“i go uganda, fine uganda, stroll enter rwanda, money be lamba, the kind backa wey i see take me back to uganda, i come through nobody breathe, big baller like black mamba, i go dey waka waka waka, i fit dey waka waka waka, my own na too waka waka waka x2”
Listen to “Waka Waka” by Zoro below.