Timaya Releases New Single “My Moto”
TIMAYA, known for his musical and genre versatility, reminds us why he is dubbed the “Dancehall King of Africa” with his new single, “My Moto.”
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
TIMAYA’s music has evolved over the years, and his illustrious career has seen him release some of Africa’s biggest dancehall bangers, including Sanko and Bom Bom Rmx featuring Grammy-award-winning Jamaican Superstar Sean Paul.
With ‘My Moto,’ TIMAYA has given us another dancehall classic. He releases the Yung Willis-produced Afro-Caribbean track with a catchy video shot by Jyde Ajala and fittingly set in the desert plains of California where TIMAYA visually dramatizes how he assertively & melodiously convinces a beautiful woman to “Get In” & Accompany him on an ecstatic ride in his “Ritzy Moto” with the possibility of being rewarded with just about anything she dreams of.
The song is a follow-up to TIMAYA’s 2022 smash single, ‘Sweet Us,’ which is still a viral craze online and offline. ‘My Moto’ is TIMAYA’s first single of 2023 and the first song from her future album, which will be released later this year.
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