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Jidenna ft. Seun Kuti – Worth The Weight MP3 + LYRICS

Jidenna Worth The Weight MP3 Download

Try not to think for a second Jidenna has denied his whimsical ways. By reconnecting with his West African lineage, The Classic Man has been rebranded a “sapeur” by the OGs with the vested expert to point the finger. What American spectators most likely don’t think about Jidenna is that he spent piece of his youth in his father’s local nation of Nigeria – whereby goodness of needing to remember his foundations with a dependable accomplice, he wound up in the imperial court of Seun Kuti‘s Egypt 80 – the enormous band his father Fela Kuti fronted for almost 50 years.

Of all the slices on 85 To Africa, “Worth The Weight” including Seun Kuti rings the most genuine of Jidenna’s Pan-African optimism, or wish to relax in his previous, and current greatness. Surprisingly, Jidenna doesn’t return to a significant band sound, or accomplish something bizarre; Seun Kuti job on the song is actually how I depicted it. He’s there to divert traffic, as a decent pioneer should.

Quotable Lyrics;

Back then was actin’ like a poodle on a leash 
One day he’d have to learn the juju on the streets 
Starin’ at death, like, is your shooters gonna squeeze? 
Freeze, please.

Worth The Weight by Jidenna is available for mp3 download.


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