With his catchy track “Gangan,” Zoro ventures into uncharted territory.

With his catchy track “Gangan,” Zoro ventures into uncharted territory.

With his new track, Gangan, Nigerian rapper and occasionally vocalist Zoro takes a welcome departure from his typical sound. The engaging song captures the spirit of his talent while showcasing his adaptability and desire to explore new things.

Zoro, who is well-known for his upbeat delivery and frequent usage of Ogene components, surprises his fans by singing Gangan with a Yoruba hook. The phrase “big time,” which is a Yoruba slang word, sets the mood for a joyful and lively song.

Rich instrumentation is musically intertwined throughout Gangan. The talking drum, a common instrument in Yoruba music, gives the song an undeniable depth and cultural importance. Any listener would want to hear the distinctive and captivating sound created by the unexpected blend.

The song comes just after Zoro’s last group project, the three-track EP Local Champions, which was headed by Kezyklef and published in February. In Gangan, Zoro emerges from his cocoon and ventures into uncharted acoustic territory while staying loyal to his origins.

Gangan is a fun song that has an inventive fusion of Yoruba and Igbo elements, a catchy melody, and lots of energy. He demonstrates his capacity for boundless creativity and his ability to write music that cuts over linguistic and cultural divides.


Do you find Yawa9ja useful? Click here to give us five stars rating!

You May Like

Join the Discussion

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.