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Black I Mocks Amateur Artiste Mediocrities In New Single, Songs Drops This Wednesday

Written By: Regula Rebel 

Now back home in Ghana to run multiple commitments spanning family, social and a handful of new recordings, Black I wouldn't return to big sweet California without releasing a hot new one for his overly-starved home fans. He has readied up "Wontumi Tuntumi", a lyrically defensive piece he performed on Crownzy Beat's Kings Riddim, and has scheduled it for an early midweek morn release this Wednesday, 10th May.

Basing on the clearly express content of "Wuntumi Tuntumi", the core concept point is Black I is rightly glorifying his artistic dexterity over amateur mediocrity --- worse, where he takes a mockery detour at the mid of the track's second verse to plainly ridicule the incompetencies of whack artistes who feel boastful of their not-really excellent lyricism but yet feel somehow superior to the truly talented pioneers in the reggae-dancehall game.

"Muntumi Tuntumi" is a Ghanaian Akan language phrase which translates into English as "You Can't Conquer Black" ---- a definition that boldly confirms that Black I is proudly announcing his game invincibility. Simply put, blackness is invincible. This extends further into other realms to mean black is ever powerful and is beyond conquest.

Reviewed, Black I's "Wontumi Tuntumi" is a big club jam, despite its offensive hot shades thrown at the still amateur artistes who haven't honed their craft to match the excellent heights.

On the real, Crownzy's banging Kings Riddim calls for a straight up sweet delivery and Black I gave it a pretty good kill with his easy-to-sing-along murder vibes. Call "Wontumi Tuntumi" the foundation artiste's anthem.

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Item Reviewed: Rating: 5 Reviewed By: RegulaRebel
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