In his latest single, “Teacher,” (Ticha Konde) Tanzanian singer Harmonize celebrates the power of music. The song is a catchy, upbeat Afrobeats track with a message of hope and inspiration.
The song opens with Harmonize rapping about the political corruption and greed that he sees in Tanzania. He sings about how he is tired of the lies and deception, and he wants to focus on something more positive.
“I’m not here to talk about politics,” he sings. “I’m here to talk about music.”
The chorus of the song is a celebration of music. Harmonize sings about how music can bring people together, regardless of their differences. He also sings about how music can help people to forget their troubles and just have fun.
“This music I can do,” he sings. “I can sing it and dance to it. See how much I like it. Even my neighbors have started to sing it.”
The song’s second verse returns to the theme of political corruption. Harmonize sings about how he wants to use his music to make a difference in the world. He wants to inspire people to stand up for what they believe in and to make a better future for themselves and their children.
“I know that there is poverty in the streets,” he sings. “That’s why I don’t brag about my money or what I own. I want to write riddles for the people. They want music.”
The song ends with a powerful message of hope. Harmonize sings about how he is going to continue to make music that will inspire people. He is determined to use his music to make the world a better place.
“I’m your teacher, teacher Konde,” he sings. “I’m going to teach you how to make music.”
“Teacher” is a well-crafted song with a positive message. It is a celebration of music and its power to unite people. The song is sure to be a hit with fans of Afrobeats and beyond. Stream below;