Listen to “Kokosa” by Zlatan, Juls, Damibliz and Worlasi

A dance inducing number with beer-parlor pickup lines

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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