The much awaited for music collaboration involving urban artists, BFB, Blasto and South African hip-hop legend HHP (Hip Hop Pantsula) has finally been released.
The four minutes, twenty seconds track which goes by the title, Pasopa, was made available to the public yesterday with the involved artists taking the liberty of sharing download links for the song.
Although BFB was quoted as telling a local online publication that he and Blasto were going to do separate collaborations with Jabba as HHP is popularly known, their accidental union in Pasopa has been warmly accommodated by the ears.
The blockbuster exposes great talent from Malawi while reaffirming the legendary status of HHP. The wonderfully produced song sees the South African rapper taking the first verse while leaving the remaining space for the Malawian duo.
HHP also did the chorus which has only one word, Pasopa, said repetitively. The chorus introduces the song before Jabba speaks his mind in a long verse.
The Malawian rapper cum producer BFB jumps onto the second verse while dancehall icon, Blasto, finishes it off.
The song is addressing various social challenges that are particularly affecting young people and the society at large and how politicians are abusing their powers.
Click here to download the Pasopa, the politically charged club banger.