Popular Reggae artiste, Blakk Rasta, drops an unusual song different from his known identity, reggae.
The song, titled “Dede”, can best be described as a typical afro-pop with a fast rhythmic pace, that can be able to keep party goers and club patronizers on their feet, for a long time. The latest from Rasta portrays his versatility in producing songs from other genres.
The song, whose riff guitar, was taken from a local Beninois folksong; was later modified and re-written by Angelique Kidjo, also from Benin with the title “Batonga” released in 1991.
Blakk Rasta, who over the period has released lots of popular reggae songs with “Obama” as one; has eight (8) albums to his credit.
Listen to the song below: