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‘BAKUKAIBA’ sees Haywaya go monstrous with E.L. showing why he is still Ghana’s numero-uno

 

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Haywaya and E.L have teamed up and blessed us with another monster hip-pop song and from all indication it will be a straight forward hit.

‘BAKUKAIBA’ is a Hausa word which translates as ‘Not Enough’ sending a strong signal of supremacy in relation to who is currently the king or dominating the indigenous rap scene in Ghana.

This is a collaborative work between two talented rappers who brought their A-game to make it a perfect piece for the fans. Haywaya delivered the chorus and his verse in Hausa and pidgin, and, VGMA artist of the year, E.L came in with hard core English rap.

‘BAKUKAIBA’ was produced by Uche B and mastered by DrumRoll.

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