Jamaican dancehall artist Karamanti, who has collaborated with some of the biggest African reggae acts in the past (Stonebwoy, Sonniballi, Iwan etc.), has just shared a brand-new song and video, done with emerging Malawian artist Godson.
The afro-dancehall track is titled Wa Gwan, and on it Karamanti displays her lyrical prowess, and shows why she is constantly sought after for musical synergies. As this is her third collaboration with an artist from Malawi – the second this year – Karamanti sings:
“mi no know weh a gwan dung a malawi
but everyday a new artist a badda me
dem waa fi link up wid di Karamanti
mi no care ya man caa mi hungry
so from di message upful and it highly
and i naa violate di almighty
yu can send on di beat mek mi vibes it
and mek we wake up di youth dem weh numbly.”
The official video for Wa Gwan, which was shot in both Jamaica and Malawi, was also released and shared on Karamanti‘s YouTube channel. And the song can be streamed and downloaded from all major music platforms.