Uncle Rafool x Oluwa Shimzie - Washere' Omo

Culture makes people understand each other better. And if they understand each other better in their soul, it is easier to overcome the economic and political barriers. But first they have to understand that their neighbour is, in the end, just like them, with the same problems, the same questions. - Paulo Coelho

If you happen to know me personally, you will know my adoration of afrobeats; it has slowly become a global movement that drives fashion and cultural trends. In order to live harmonious lives, we must create change within ourselves before changing the community that we live in, to do so we must break ignorance and understand humanity as a whole with its numerous cultures. It's the small choices we make on a regular basis that shapes the society we reside in. For example, why is McDonald's still around? It's simple, we constantly purchase from the franchise. Why are artists with substance underrated? Again simple, we choose the upbeat songs rather than listen to the storytellers. It's a never-ending circle once it begins. Music labels want to earn a profit from the talent, it so happens that party anthems, sexualising women and violence are the chart toppers. 

When I heard the brand new release entitled Washere' Omo by YouTube entertainer Uncle Rafool and upcoming artist Oluwa Shimzie, I knew I had to share this uptempo riddim. They have previously worked together last summer on a single called Wedding Day that features Lil Opy. Uncle Rafool shows the audience his vocal talent in his recent release. He's well-known for his notorious prank calls and 121 interviews which have featured the likes of Moelogo, Paigey Cakey, Timbo, Jaja Soze and more. The upcoming afro rap artist Oluwa Shimzie (member of AfroAllstars Collective music group) had his previously released single Come Show Me featuring MoStack last month. Be sure to enjoy the cultural music styles from both acts and some visuals to their newly released single Washere' Omo.

Before I end the post here, let's discuss African culture, what's your favourite thing about it?

Until next time, stay blessed and classy,

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