Ideally, “Juju” by Amerado is the kind of song lovers of real rap have been yearning for and not what the self-acclaimed acts have been releasing.
“Juju” is simply the song of the moment one can’t afford listen to it once and put the tape off. It should be on repeat for it contains all the elements of real rap and on top of it all humour.
“Juju” otherwise known as black magic and in reference to the lyrical content of the song delves into how most up and coming musicians are tempted to pass through the backdoor to make life easier and better without stress.
More importantly, Amerado employed the services of arguably the best comedian in Ghana at the moment, Clemento Suarez. The part played by Clemento in the song is nothing but the very best as it captures all the humour one needs to release stress.
Besides, video production credit goes to The Artiste whereas MicBurnerz championed by Azee Ntwene happens to be the executive producer of the song under discussion.