Ohh Yeah, nothing as good as something that hits you without experiencing any pain but rather brings life in your inner man, that’s good music.
Uganda’s RnB crooner, Allan Toniks, pointed out for his cloying vocals and transporting lyrics, is out with another beautiful piece dubbed “Akahaama” where he went on to display his authenticity in sound and songwriting skills.
In the song sung in Runyankole dialect, Toniks employed his usual silk voice on a cool zouk tone as he exhibits his lyrical dexterity by flexing in his mother tongue. ‘Akahama‘ which is a Runyankole word to mean ‘whisper’ is an alluring song that demonstrates a powerful message from the heart, as Toniks demands perfect love clarity from a potential love interest.
Produced by Big Nash productions who brought his production skill on board, the track has an afro-flute feel in the environment that elevates it more. The song is basically a fusion of zouk and afro beat feel.
The song was released with it’s an official music video directed by Mastermind La Rey adorned with neon setups. It has nothing but eye-catching scenes.
Watch the visual here!