Tanzanian singers Dayoo and Rayvanny have released a new song, “Huu Mwaka Remix,” that is quickly becoming a hit. The song is a powerful anthem of hope and determination, with lyrics that encourage listeners to work hard and achieve their goals.
The song begins with Dayoo singing about the challenges of the past year. He acknowledges that things have been difficult, but he also expresses his gratitude for surviving. He then turns his attention to the future, declaring that this year is going to be different.
“This year is the year of force,” he sings. “Whether you like it or not, this year you will call me boss.”
Rayvanny joins in on the chorus, repeating the song’s title and message. He raps about the importance of hard work and perseverance, and he encourages listeners to never give up on their dreams.
“If you’re a hustler, keep hustling,” he raps. “Even if you’re a witch doctor, this year is yours.”
The song’s message is simple but effective. It is a reminder that anything is possible if you set your mind to it. It is a song of hope and determination that is sure to inspire listeners of all ages.
The song’s music is also catchy and upbeat. It is a perfect blend of Tanzanian pop and hip-hop, and it is sure to get listeners moving.
“Huu Mwaka Remix” is a powerful and inspiring song that is sure to be a hit with fans of Tanzanian music. It is a song that will make you want to get up and go after your dreams.
Here are some of the specific lyrics that I found particularly powerful:
- “Kwanza nashukuru tumevuka (Tumeuona) / Yale yaliopita yametukomaza” (First, I thank you that we have passed (seen) it / The things that have passed have matured us)
This line acknowledges the challenges of the past year, but it also expresses gratitude for surviving them. It is a reminder that even the most difficult experiences can make us stronger.
- “Oya wanangu wa bodaboda (Eeh) / Wa akina mama wauza mboga (Eeeh) / Hata wachawi wabeba nyota / Huu mwaka ni wetu” (Hey, my children of bodaboda (Yeah) / Of mothers who sell vegetables (Yeah) / Even witch doctors who carry stars / This year is ours)
This line is inclusive and empowering. It reminds listeners that everyone has the potential to succeed, regardless of their background or profession.
- “Kama unadanga danga sana / Ila usisahau kumake bwana / Uje kujenga ka kibanda / Nawe uwe na kwenu” (If you’re a hustler, keep hustling / But don’t forget to make money / Come and build a little hut / So you can have your own place)
This line is a reminder that hard work is important, but it is also important to be smart about your money. It is a call to action for listeners to work hard and achieve their goals, but it is also a reminder to be responsible and plan for the future.
Overall, “Huu Mwaka Remix” is a powerful and inspiring song that is sure to be a hit with fans of Tanzanian music. It is a song that will make you want to get up and go after your dreams.