Tanzanian rapper Rosa Ree has enlisted Wasafi’s Rayvanny in the remix of her latest hit song ‘Sukuma Ndinga’.
The remix depicts the life of a fulltime celebrity showing off his vehicles and what a good life should look like.
The idea to bring Rayvanny on board was perfect, as his vocals have given the song an additional quality.
The remix is timely, and comes just a few weeks after Rosa Ree dropped the original version of the song, therefore ensuring continuity.
In the original version, Rosa Ree focused on her position as a rapper, where she proclaims that nobody can be compared to her in the game.
One of the standout features in both songs is the fact that Rosa Ree has potential to produce infectious hooks.
Listening to the new release, the beats elicit dance moves. The beat is catchy and infectious. Ree has ensured the song sticks with the fans by starting with the hook on a repetitive mode.
The aim of producing a remix is always to improve the original song, and Rosa Ree has done exactly that by incorporating Rayvanny. Their chemistry is on point, and their transition is smooth, you’d think they have been working together for years.
‘Sukuma Ndinga’ remix is doing well and has so far managed over 60,000 views on YouTube.