Baddest 47 – Bado Sijasikia Miluzi Video: Chronicles the Journey to Success

Tanzanian rapper Baddest 47 released a new video song titled “Miluzi” on January 15, 2024. The song is a celebration of wealth and success, with lyrics that boast about the singer’s money and lifestyle.

The song opens with Baddest 47 rapping about his arrival at a party. He is greeted with the smell of marijuana and the sound of music. He is surrounded by beautiful women and is enjoying himself.

As the song progresses, Baddest 47 continues to brag about his wealth. He compares himself to a champion, and says that he has the stars and luck on his side. He also says that he is not afraid to spend his money on expensive things, such as bottles of liquor.

The song’s chorus repeats the phrase “Bado sijasikia miluzi,” which means “I still haven’t heard the music.” This phrase can be interpreted in a number of ways. It could be a reference to the singer’s desire to hear the sound of people having fun at the party. It could also be a metaphor for the singer’s desire to achieve greater success.

“Miluzi” is a catchy and upbeat song that is sure to get people dancing. It is a celebration of wealth and success, and it is a reminder that Baddest 47 is one of the hottest rappers in Tanzania.

Here are some of the key lyrics from the song:

  • “Tumekuja kuenjoy, tupunguze kujuana” (We came to enjoy, let’s reduce getting to know each other)
  • “Hapa ni machupa na mrijawana, maswali mengi mpaka tunatibuana” (Here are kisses and marijuana, so many questions until we get to know each other)
  • “Hauelewi una nini, unalana unalana” (You don’t understand what you have, you’re just wasting it)
  • “Zingatia itifaki, kama nakuboa kashitaki” (Follow the rules, if I steal from you, I’ll be sued)
  • “Bado sijasikia miluzi, sijasikia miluzi” (I still haven’t heard the music, I still haven’t heard the music)

The song’s music video is also worth watching. It features Baddest 47 and his friends enjoying a lavish party. The video is full of beautiful women, expensive cars, and plenty of dancing.

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