Tarick turns up the level with his new Caribbean-inspired single “Mama Nampenda”, which will surely blow out any dance floor. The title’s title means ” Mother, I love her ” in Swahili and besides being dedicated to a particular person it is also a tribute to his motherland Tanzania and the African woman’s ideal. Tarick’s inward love for his motherland, Tanzania, has made a profound impression in his musical style, and is especially reflected in this single.
The sensual and tropical atmosphere of the song leads up to romance and flirts with his dream woman and gives a little insight into love life as well as its ups and downs. On the song, Tarick sings “Mama she asks again, this girl is just a friend, Mama I love her, Mama I love her”. This line describes that he has found one that means enough for him, even his mother to know. The producer Yuwanit once again manages to stand behind exceptional production. Tarick has been working on his sound lately and experimented with the Caribbean sound, where merged elements from afrotrap, dancehall and reggaton with hip hop. In the form of warm and soft sounds that all compliment Tarick’s singing auto-tuned vocals, Yuwanit manages to take the popular sound universe to brand new heights. Yuwanit, who loves live instruments, makes no exception to this, as he has the affiliated trumpetist Stefan Iwan and saxophonist Bernie Pastor.
This is without a doubt some of the hottest tunes out of the scandinavian hip hop scene.