Alikiba and Tommy Flavour have released a new song, “Huku,” which is a fiery, danceable track about passion and desire. The song is a collaboration between the two Tanzanian artists, and it is already making waves on the East African music scene.
The song opens with Tommy Flavour singing about how he is completely smitten with his lover. He says that he is ready to do anything she wants, and that he wants to spend all his time with her.
The chorus of the song is a repeated refrain of “Huku, nishike huku.” This phrase translates to “Here, hold me here.” It is a call for intimacy and physical connection.
In the second verse, Tommy Flavour compares his lover to a “pisi kali,” which is a Swahili term for a hot girl. He says that she is so beautiful and desirable that she could make any man lose his mind.
The chorus is repeated again, and the song builds to a crescendo.
Alikiba enters the song in the third verse, and he sings about how his lover makes him feel. He says that she is the only one who can satisfy him, and that she is the one he wants to be with for the rest of his life.
The bridge of the song is a call for action. Alikiba sings about how he wants to touch his lover all over her body. He says that she is so beautiful that he could just stare at her all day long.
The chorus is repeated one last time, and the song ends with a powerful, driving beat.
“Huku” is a catchy, danceable track that is sure to get people moving. The song is a celebration of passion and desire, and it is sure to be a hit with fans of East African music.
The song is notable for its use of Swahili lyrics. This is a reflection of the growing popularity of Swahili music in East Africa. The song is also notable for its positive message about love and relationships. It is a reminder that passion and desire are important parts of a healthy relationship. Stream below;