Arrow Bwoy and Wyre create a hustlers anthem in 'Pesa' debuting from Hatua album

Kenyan singer Ali Yusuf, better known as Arrow Bwoy and famed for his Digi Digi hit, has released the audio for his collabo with legendary dancehall singer Kevin Waire, known to you and I as Wyre.

The song titled Pesa, which is off his newly-launched album dubbed Hatua, talks about how money makes the world go round.

Put simply, there’s very little that you can do if you don’t have money. According to Arrow Bwoy, if you are penniless, people will snatch your significant other.

He says, “Mafanikio kwa kila mtu ndio ndotooo, wengine tunakesha kwa baridi, wengine kwa joto, tunasaka pesaaae, tunasaka pesa tuoshe roho, bila pesa bila pesa utavunjwa moyo. If you don’t make money then you don’t make sense, no money no honey lugha ya mtaa, eeeh lugha ya mtaa, pesa ndio lugha ya mtaa.”

Arrow Bwoy really came through on this jam. I was not expecting anything less anyway. We can argue until the cows come home but the fact is that he is the most melodious of our time.

As expected, Wyre The Love Child also nailed it. His verse really brought life to this song. I never thought a dancehall and Kenyan Bongo combination would sound this nice. I kept hitting the replay button without even knowing.

The beat for this jam, which was done by the one and only Ilogos Music, was also dope. As I was listening to the song for the first time, I could visualize people busting moves to it in a club

Listen to Pesa below and tell us what you think.
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