Mama Africa, Yemi Alade better be named into the Advisory Council of African Unity at the African Union. She’s continued on her quest to break down barriers and boundaries across the continent with yet another smoking piece of music titled “Hustler.” On this one, she scores the feature of Congolese-French heavyweight rapper, Youssoupha.
When two titans combine, then you can only expect an abundance of musical bliss. “Hustler” is simply a picture into the world and current roll of Yemi Alade; keeping up with the grind and spreading her tentacles all over Africa.
In recent weeks, she has scored such continental-approved scorchers including her Swahili-speaking attempt on “Nakupenda,” which featured Kenyan superstar, Nyanshiki, as well as featuring on the monster record of South African musical authority, Mafikizolo, titled “O Fana Nawe.” Do we even get into the “Black Magic” album?
Then comes the contribution of Youssoupha. The award-winning act might have left his native Congo when he was only 10 years of age, however, African musical talents runs in his veins since his father was also an accomplished musician and politician.
He brought further depth and grind to this banger that the musical chemistry that exists between the duo just shines through over a solid production as produced by the bang-savvy, beats murderer, Killerbeatz. In then end, “Hustler” is the definition of the dose of motivation and inspiration you need to get your hustle on in anticipation of your payday.
Get right into that grind and determination. Simply stream, download, then share your thoughts and opinion in the comments section below.