Ethic Entertainment is back again.
Dedicated to their growing legion of fans, the Ethic crew have released a new track dubbed ‘Pandana.’ Trending at number one, its clear the crew has clearly invested some time and money on this release.
Though the visual concept is the same, the quality is much better than their previous releases including the likes of ‘Instagram’ and ‘Lamba lolo.’ The colorful and crisp video shot in a junkyard somewhere in Nairobi was produced by Makenzie. The track’s quick beat and danceable tempo is a Motif Di Don audio production, a perfect fit for the Ethic sound. Making special reference to popular social Vera Sidika’s figure, the Ethic crew were sure to have scantly-clad women shaking their derriere, making the visuals the ultimate dance track.
The self-proclaimed ‘hitmakers’ may have cracked the code to a number one track sticking to the same video concept and similar flow and lyricism. It seems that the track is a certified banger, but it is not too different from their previous tracks; only offering a fresh new hook courtesy of Reckles.
The notorious Ethic Crew were last in the news after the unfortunate clash of Ethic frontman Swat Mtoto wa Eunice with an angry mob. According to a report by The Sauce, Swat was nearly a mob justice victim and was saved by the police. According to a series of tweets, Swat was engaging in some recreational drug use when he saw the police approach. He sought to run away so as not to get arrested. They ended up entering a random apartment and hid there (so as not to get arrested) but people who lived in that plot/ apartment, thought they were thieves since they’d never seen them at the apartment.