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limbekid

Reasonably well shot video, but poor lyrics, and the lady needs to work on her elocution, if she aspires to a career in pop. 6/10 for effort.

I really don`t appreciate the artistic direction of the young generation of Anglophone Cameroonian musicians. They are delving into crowded territory. Someone needs to advice them to stick to traditional styles, where they already have comparative advantage.

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In contrary to the first comment, I think this song will serve well the FIFA. A new approach is needed. We just have to open our minds on changes.

Hanna

Creativity worth encouraging ,but the music has nothing African in it except the video location, flags of African nations.
Rhythm and style are foreign!
I prefer African music or music with African touch, rhythm, culture and style.

Emmanuel

love it guys, keep getting better. A few years ago this was far from reality for many young anglophones. Keep working guys!!

Soliman Amin

My Critics like a producer in the main stream productions Germany I am originaly from Cameroon
The song is bouring
Second it must be an African song not a pop song which European or American can do it 1000 times better.Listen the sounds of today before you start to write a main stream song.
About the video sorry low

Chief  Ayuk  Arrey

Truly I thought that was Jamaica. They tried their best but could do better.Rather than just sitting and watching Nigerian Movies, They too have proofen that they got something in them.

IT should have been more of the African Culture. I would have preferred Bate Nico or Tatah Kingue.

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