Allan Kingdom’s newest release, “Moyo Wako” is an all-star collaboration with production from Sango and Chris McClenny. Like the covert art suggests, Kingdom and friends seem to be tapping into his African heritage. Known for his inventive melodies, Allan sounds to be adopting Eastern influences to amplify the track. Over an arrangement of varying drums, Kingdom speaks of an immersive type of love; one close to his heart.
The smoother production choice looks like a new direction for the young artist. Most know him for his wavering production that can fluctuate on the fly, allowing Allan to show off his flexible vocals; both lyrically and through harmonizing. Kingdom takes those skills and has been reproducing them for more reliable instrumentals; most recently on tracks like “Thirsty Pt. 2” and “Mrs. Africa.”
She said she like it how you always speak your mind, daddy
You just go take it
You don’t sit around and cry, daddy