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‘Incase you didn’t know’ Juma Jux has teamed up with Nyashinski

All hail the kings Juma Jux and Nyashinski with a new love song, “In case you don’t know”.

Tanzanian RnB superstar Juma Jux and one Kenya’s finest rappers Nyashinski have teamed up to release a bonafide hit love song titled “In Case You Don’t Know.”

“In case you don’t know” showcases Juma Jux’s wonderful vocals and Nyashinski’s rap prowess. The beat is smooth, melodious and very danceable. The lyrics are heartfelt and reassuring, “In case you don’t know, nitacheka nawe, nitacheza nawe, nitaimba nawe, nitaringa nawe,” ‘African Boy’ sings on the chrous.

According to a press statement by Anyiko PR,  Jux said, “In case You Don’t Know” is not just a love song but a reflection on the power of love. Whether it’s your partner, your child or mum— this song is for all the lovers,” adding on his choice of collaboration, “Nyashinski is a brilliant artist who takes time to produce quality work. We both have been checking out each other’s songs for some time. I had a feeling if he got on the track, he would add something unique to the song. He did a great job and we finally shot the music video with Hanscana from Nairobi.”

The song was released three days ago and is currently trending at number 4 on YouTube in Kenya and has garnered over 300, 000 views. The song brings a message to all lovers to know the value of your partner’s presence in your life. The video was captured in Nairobi, Kenya with top Tanzanian Video Director, Hanscana.

This is Juma Jux’s first release of the year and he has collaborated with hitmaker Nyashinski who is one of his good friends. During an interview with The Sauce, the Tanzanian hunk last year revealed that he had a song with the “Free” crooner coming up.

He also mentioned that he was hoping to work with top Kenyan boy band Sauti Sol, award-winning rapper Khaligraph Jones and also wanted to do a remix of Otile Brown’s hit song “Hi”.

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The “Utaniua” singer was in the country last year for the Coke Studio Africa 2019 recording where he is working with Chelsea from Mozambique. He is currently in Kenya for the “In Case You Don’t Know ” media tour.

 

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