The EP advocates for the "UNWANTED to become WANTED", with interlinked lyrics about the struggles of a young black boy from Awing, going through different facets of life. Born and raised in Limbe then Douala and Yaoundé, the Cameroonian rapper's experiences over the years have served as a learning curve for his tales about the streets, grasslands, and the coasts. He’s at his peak on “CURFEW” — expressing his paranoia with precision to Bantu sounds and a touch of pop culture, on uplifting Dijay Karl beats. From the first verse, you’re arrested by the synchronization of wordplay from English, Ngemba, Pidgin to French with courtesy of Hip-Hop, Afrobeats, Makossa, and Folkore which marinates on tracks like Letterhead, Penya and Drip. Check out the EP to enjoy the taste of “Jwe’Te” in quarantine and forever.
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