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‘Wish’ By Nande Boyz Is Highly Provocative



By Isaac Tugume

They say tit for tat is a fair game and that you should not wish others what you don’t want to happen to you; that’s exactly what ‘Wish’, a fresh release by Congolese group Nande Boyz, is all about.

In most cases people wish others bad luck, forgetting the adage which says, ‘Be careful what you wish for….’; but through their captivating single ‘Wish’, Nande Boyz are here to remind everyone to always be careful when wishing others bad things, to avoid a boomerang situation.

A highly provocative song, ‘Wish’ isn’t a jam for the weak-hearted, because this song points to one thing; that the Nande Boyz are not here to mince words but to call a spade a spade!

With this studio project, the Nande Boyz are surely taking Congolese music to the world, because ‘Wish’ is a song that leaves a lasting impression on everyone who listens to it, no matter what part of the globe they are.

‘Wish’ is the kind of jam that compels every listener to immerse themselves into the captivating beats and well-curated lyrics to have a real feel of what Nande Boyz have to say.

Simply tap the link above to stream ‘Wish’ on YouTube but believe it or not, you won’t remain the same after experiencing this track!




 Congolese Duo Beni Boyz Drops ‘Fake Love’ Live Studio Session



By Isaac Tugume

Beni Boyz, a singing group from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), has released on YouTube the live studio session for their popular hit dubbed ‘Fake Love’.

A very provocative jam, ‘Fake Love’ delves into the complexities of love and relationships, with Beni Boyz making it clear to everyone that nowadays, if there is no money, then there’s no love.

A very electrifying Afrobeat tune, ‘Fake Love’ attempts to highlight the fact that these days love, according to most women, is no longer based on emotions and or feelings for a man, but on how fat his wallet is.

What’s even more important is that ‘Fake Love’ is a song that’s not only confined to the audience in the DRC, because the issue that Beni Boyz addresses in this song is rather universal, because women everywhere are nowadays after amassing money from as many men as they can.

It’s because of the song’s universal nature that ‘Fake Love’ is not only playing in Congo but also across East Africa, where the jam is not just booming in various nightclubs and bars but also attracting the attention of TV viewers.

If you don’t want to fall victim to women who give men ‘Fake Love’, just tap the link above to stream the jam on YouTube!