This is so so cool. Lovechild you rock. Even the jamaicans wametii. I'm gonna invite you on my birthday party so that you can sing for me, you're very talented Wyre Truth be told, Wyre is one of the artists who killed it in Country bus riddim.
Despite of his over 10 years in the music business, the artiste shared he was still overwhelmingly surprised and humbled by the award, as it symbolized his break unto the international scene. Wyre, who is also a Samsung brand ambassador expressed "I was really amazed at the response that they got online in terms of voting. I think all of Africa was voting for me, it was a mad buzz- people were on twitter and Facebook and constantly voting and I think that's what got me the award. Wyre spoke of African reggae artistes' challenges when it comes to gaining exposure beyond the borders of Africa and as such he strategizes that collaborations are the best vehicle. The two artistes have had a bit of a history together. Although they never officially met in those instances, Wyre admired her work and hope they would get the chance to work together. The shooting of the collaboration's official music video was the main reason for his trip to the island. As an African reggae artiste Wyre ensures that his identity is maintained, whether by singing in his native tongue Swahili or by including the Kenyan Flag in his videos, both of which will be included in this particular video. Interestingly, Alaine also tries her hand with Swahili in the song, something Wyre was very excited about. Wyre would also have his first performance in Jamaica at the Tuff Gong Studio during "Connections from Kenya to Kingston" an acoustic session where Kelissa and Tarrus Riley also performed.
“Kingston Girl” Lyrics
Intro Hi track inaenda kwa wadhii wote wa mathree Dere wa mathree, conda wa mathree Pia kama unapanda mathree Necessary Noize. Woi woi woi Dat Kenyan boy make me heart skip a beat like woi The way him a move on the dance floor woi Be a original kenyan boy. Yo, Waire, the love child, Nazizi, the first lady, we make it hot You know, you know, we make it hot.
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