Despite being majorly influenced by rap, Zlatan’s impression of Afropop is primarily a dance genre. He came into the spotlight last year with his Zanku dance move that has become a regular feature in dance videos and practically everyone’s social media feed. His latest release, “Kokosa”, is another dance inducing record backed by catchy production from Juls and guest verses from Damibliz and Worlasi.
Their combination blends beer-parlor pickup lines with a lightweight drum riff and ambient synth production that matches the liquor induced buzz. Zlatan, Damibliz and Worlasi perform verses aimed at winning the affection of a love interest, but the slurry vocals and their playful lyrics give the impression that they are more interested in having a good time than having any sort of serious relationship.
You can stream “Kokosa” below.
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