Reminisce Pays Homage To Juju Legend Shina Peters In Exciting New Single
Nigerian performers Reminisce and Mohbad have collaborated on an intriguing new tune named ‘Shina Peters.’
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
This collaboration serves as a prologue to Reminisce’s highly anticipated next release, ‘Alaye Toh Se Gogo,’ while also paying tribute to Shina Peters, the renowned juju music great.
The song promises listeners a thrilling and energetic encounter, immersing them in the weekend’s excitement and the exhilaration of a good time.
‘Shina Peters’ captures the sense of celebration and excitement, showing Reminisce and Mohbad’s tremendous abilities.
The track is adorned with catchy lines that resonate deeply with the audience, with Mohbad’s clever proclamation, “I’m not a prophet but I can see the future,” and Reminisce’s relatable lyrics, “Battery getting low and time don dey go, dealer no pick up, my boys dey for club.” These memorable moments ensure that the song lingers in fans’ minds long after they’ve finished listening.
‘Shina Peters’ creates an appealing and vibrant ambiance by combining current Nigerian sounds with inspirations from the legendary juju genre.
Combining modern rhythms and traditional components honors Shina Peters while presenting his trademark style to a new generation of music fans.
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