By Victor Muyakane
Pacho entertainment CEO and artiste Naiboi has dropped a highly anticipated single with British artiste Fuse ODG.
The artiste formerly known as Rapdamu recorded the song with the British artiste of Ghanaian origin as a remix to his hit “Too Much”.
The catchy refrain “Too much, this isi too much!’ ruptures through the minimalist syncopated beat which lies on an active bed of nasty sounding synths that quickly get under your skin.
The sound is typical Naiboi…industrial thumpers with a well known tendency to get you bumping to them.
One of the exciting elements to the song, other than the cleverly delivered and innuendo laden rhymes of Naiboi, is the token Swahili quip by Fuse ODG “…nikifikanga place kananuka..” The Azonto hit-maker holds his own against the Pacho boss’ to deliver a song both out to be moderately proud of.
Naiboi is well known for a slew of hits from his Pacho stable, with many successful ‘collabos’ with stablemates and other artistes alike such as “GudiGudi” with Everlast and Kristoff, “Welle Welle” with Timmy Tdat and his recent sleeper hit “Problem” among others.
Fuse ODG first captures global attention with dance hit “Azonto” and “Million Pound Girl” leading to high profile collaborations with international music heavyweights such as Wyclef Jean and Sean Paul.
The single with ODG was recorded at Pacho Studios and produced by stable producers MC Jegede, Cedo and Naiboi himself.