Kenyan international reggea artist Peter Wagany who is populary known as Man Wazimu with various Aliases which include Unknown Veteran & Da Present has released his latest reggea song tittled Bridge which is part of a riddim dubbed Maasai Moran Riddim encompassing different international artists produced by Truce Records ahead of his fourth upcoming studio album launch.
Man Wazimu who was born and raised in the sprawling slums of Mkuru Kwa Jenga, has always had music running in his blood and has enjoyed a massive two year old decade run inthe music industry .This has seen him release three studio albums tittled My Say , The Way, & Thru My Eyez all conscious themed songs which have sprawled hits such Witness , Kenya's &Airtime which landed him notable airplays from international radio stations from all over across the world.
Man Wazimu insists that inthe music industry it's not the strong nor the weak that survive but the adaptive and he has has learned to change with the times to maintain his consistency which is further highlighted in his latest song "Bridges'.
Bridges follows the emotional Man Wazimu as he dedicates the love song to his lover who they seem to have had run into problems before. Therefore the singer reminds his lover metaphorically using the bridge to show that in love couples should heed to each other and stay firm and true to their vows like bridge last withstanding all conditions set . The song is part of a riddim that features verses from artists from Kenya, France , Zimbabwe &Malawi.
Bridges recently debuted on Man Wazimu's YouTube channel which you can also stream here.
Watch Bridges From The Maasai Moran Riddim By Man Wazimu here:
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