Guru, the Hiplife artiste who shot into the limelight with the controversial hit he collaborated with Obrafour, ‘Kasiebo’, is still making a lot of waves on the music scene.
According to Guru, ‘the plan is simple, every time I release a single, I try to impact society positively, hence in this single, all I did was to touch on the wrong doing of many acclaimed young Christians in our societies.’
In explaining the concept of ‘Mmaa Kuo’, Guru adds: ‘It’s an everyday happening; the ladies we meet in our clubs happen to be the same ladies we meet in church and sometimes some of them pretend to be too holy for worldly stuffs during service, but they end up doing more than expected.’
The message is more evident in the music video of the track, which has just been released.
Directed by Stip for Solid Multi Media, the video is well thought out and relays the very hypocrisy that is laden in the formulaic metaphors and characteristic rhymes delivered by Guru on the joint.
With the current buzz that both song and video are receiving, ‘Mmaa Kuo’ might just be the sophomore hit (after the success of ‘Democracy’) that Guru needs to continue his fast rise in the industry and imprint his style and brand on the Ghana music scene.
As the Empire Records artiste himself puts it, “I am just getting started.”No tags for this post.