Zzero Sufuri ridicules ‘Lamba Lolo’ hit makers Ethic in new release dubbed ‘Matisha’ (Video)

Zzero Sufuri has the dropped the video for Matisha and it’s a masterpiece ladies and gentlemen!

The audio was released sometime last year and as know, a song never really does well until it has a video, so he did the needful.

Matisha was released barely six weeks after he dropped the mega hit that is Zimenishika and as expected its also doing well. Maybe, just maybe, it might surpass the latter which has clocked 900,000 views on YouTube.

Zzero Sufuri

As we speak, the song has passed the 150,000 mark yet it’s barely a week since it was released.

Matisha simply means a good feeling, or better yet, a positive feeling. Basically, Zzero is encouraging his fans to do things that make them happy, whatever it is.

“Eeeh, ka umepiga look uko msafi, jo umetumatisha (matisha)  ka uko na kamutu, ni kazuri na kamematisha (matisha) mambo ya kuhanya biriganya bado umematisha eeeh, na kangoma kengine kanaitwa matisha (matisha).”

I hope you get it.

The best part about this song is where he blasts Ethic, the group that is behind the Lamba Lolo hit. I have a feeling that this might bring bad blood between them but wait, wouldn’t that be a good thing?

Anyway, he says, “Si ni kumatisha, wako lamba lolo isha tubore, hujaskia ma morio flani wakali wametoka Dago si wamekam na ingine mbaya si unasikia vile inadunda bro.”

The song was produced by Drisa and directed by Blackpearl.

Watch Matisha below and tell us what you think.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7UFoGLcVNw

Kenyan artists should be very worried about Zzero Sufuri

Kenyan artists, especially the new-age ones, should be worried sick about Zzero Sufuri. I can’t stress this enough.

Apart from the fact that his style is different, this young dancehall is getting popular by the day yet he’s not using explicity to grow his fan base. That is almost unheard of in Kenya!

Kenyan music has become so raunchy so much so that if you are not singing about sex, women’s rears, boobs or their genitalia then your people will disregrd your music. But you see, Zzero is not doing that.

Well, you could argue that he’s popular today because he gathered courage and released a song about smoking weed.

Zzero Sufuri

I’m not disputing that notion but let’s be honest, how many people can compose a song like Zimenishika? How many Kenyan songs are out there about smoking weed? How many of them garnered 900,000 views in 6 weeks?

The way I see it, Zzero Sufuri is very talented. He thinks outside the box. That way, he’s able to make music that can cut across audiences.

Chances are, most of the people who enjoy Zimenishika have no clue what a blunt looks like.

If you listen to his lyrics word for word, you’ll realize that he put a lot of thought when he was writing the song down. You’ll also notice that he has infused dancehall with mumble rap, isn’t Zzero Sufuri a genius?

Also read: Zzero Sufuri’s ‘Zimenishika’ is a masterpiece (Video)

One day, Kenyans will get tired of listening to explicit songs. It will be too much since every new artist thinks it is the only way to get known.

Believe you me, that day is just around the corner. The lamba lolo, geuka nikubeng and wamlambez singers should brace themselves.

When that day comes, the likes of Zzero Sufuri will be left standing because he’s actually talented!

Watch his latest single Matisha below.