Dremo puts up a scene-stealing show on Linosz’s “Kakiri”

A conceited bop you should have on your playlist

In full flow, DMW resident rapper Dremo is an impressionable artist. While he may not capture that form consistently, it can be undeniably striking, like his scene-stealing verse on UK-based, Nigerian artist Linosz’s new single, “Kakiri”“I make money count, no be the type wey dey your bank account”, he cracks in the opening seconds, setting the stage for a song brimming with brag-fueled lines. Delivered in an infectious mix of assertion and jest, Dremo’s lyrics are coated in an unbothered cool, further embellishing the glossiness of his sticky hook. While he wisely cedes majority of the song to his guest, Linosz also chimes in with a verse filled with like-minded boasts. Adey produces the groovy beat for “Kakiri”, making it a worthy contender for DJ sets at both radios and clubs.

Stream “Kakiri” via Apple Music here.

Featured Image Credits: Instagram/linosz.apg


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