#BabaTheArtist and Emmanuel Musindi Leo Ni Leo remix Official 4K Video. The song which was officially released today features Raila who kicks it off by belting out the lyrics lero lero ni lero at a rally in Thika. ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga has officially released a song that will be used as his election campaign anthem. The move comes ahead of a series of political rallies that the Azimio la Umoja Movement has lined up when he returns from a foreign trip.
The audio was recorded at FP Records in Kawangware, a makeshift studio popular with upcoming artistes. It is basically a booth inside an iron sheets structure in the sprawling neighbourhood of similar makeshift homes.
The audio was recorded by upcoming producer Festus Papai aka Papa FP, also the studio’s sound engineer.
The video was directed by Nezzoh Montana.
Asked how he felt working with Raila, Emmanuel Musindi said: “You can’t work on such a big project, which is the talk of town, and fail to be happy. I am delighted about this”. However, he declined to disclosed the details of the deal that led to the recording.
“This is not my first song as much as it is a big hit,” said the singer who hails from Kakamega. Lelo ni Lelo is a straight forward song.
“I mean, today has just to be today. It can’t be tomorrow. Things must happen, and happen now,” said Musindi about the song.
Lelo ni Lelo is one of four songs that Raila will be releasing ahead of the August elections. The other three are also collaborations between him and young artistes. Trio Mio, the sensational teenager of the Sipangwingwi fame (featuring Extra Taniua and Ssaru) and Cheza Kama Wewe (featuring Mejja and Exray Taniua) are expected to be part of the deal.
“This is not just a campaign song,” said Maji Maji. “The other gain we expect from this is to have a leader of that caliber exposed to the issues that affect musicians.
“Such reality check moves get those in positions of authority to know the problems artistes go through especially in matters of piracy”.
Festus Papai, the producer behind the audio, Festus Papai, said that since he started recording in 2008, he has never dreamed that he would get an opportunity to work with a person like Raila.
Festus set up his studio in Kawangware because many of his clients – mostly folk musicians from Western Kenya – record their songs there.
“First of all, it is a privilege working with someone like Emmanuel Musindi, whose song is now one the biggest in the campaign circles. I started hearing of him when I was young. When he came here, it was a big honour for me. The recording was a big deal,” said Festus. “For Baba to do (record) his first song here is a lifetime achievement for me”.
Asked to rate Raila’s singing skills, the sound engineer said his vocal range was good.
“As a producer, you work with a good understanding of your artiste,” he said.
“Nataka lero lero ni lero, lero lero ni lero… Inawezekana,” Raila is heard singing.
Raila’s lyrics are then followed by Musindi’s powerful and entertaining vocals.
“Lero lero ni lero, lero lero ni lero, asemaye kesho ni muongo. Asemaye kesho ni muongo, asemaye kesho ni muongo,” Musindi sings.
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