Fast-rising Kenyan singer Mohammed Ali Said, popularly known as Masauti, is back with another banger barely two months after he dropped Kiboko (Remix) featuring Khaligraph. His new single dubbed Ipepete has been getting a lot of love on social media never mind the fact that it doesn’t have an official video yet. Ipepete is a Swahili word that translates to ‘blow it’. The deeper translation is ‘shake it’. It’s just what it is. Anyway, Masauti’s latest release is a feel good song with a Coastal vibe. It’s about a woman shaking her derriere in different positions. If you were looking for a message, move on swiftly. In the song he says, “We mama, ipepete ipepe ipepete ukiinama, ipepete ipepe ipepete ai we mama ipepete ipepe ipepete ukichutama.” Of course, if you are keen, you’ll hear him singing about ‘mathwiti’ and ‘makeki’. That’s the highlight of this song. The beat was produced by Motif Di Don who is arguably among the most-sought-after Kenyan music producers. Also read: Meet Motif on The Beat, arguably the most trusted producer in Kenyan showbiz Listen to Ipepete below and tell us what you think. Get some good earphones for this!
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