According to Ali Khamis Mwakaribu alias Ali B, it is a song that will catapult his career to a new level, after his absence from the public limelight.
“The song encompasses a few traditional dances, a move that is meant to market the African tradition,” he says.
Together with the audio, the video is also out thanks to Cream Vision and Love Child Studios.
For those to whom perhaps his name still does not ring a bell, he first came into the limelight with his hit ‘Maria’, a song that placed his name among great musicians not just here in Kenya but the East African region.
However after ‘Silali’, a hit he did in collaboration with Size 8 two years ago, he somehow went quiet.
This silence led to speculations that maybe he was about to lose his title as the king of Coast music.
However, he is quick to defend his silence insisting that he is not in the habit of releasing a song every other day.
“I usually give my hits time to gain popularity instead of bombarding fans with a number of songs at once,” he explains.
In 2013, he faced the toughest time in his career after he became sick, an illness that left many amazed especially after claims that he had been bewitched.
He says perhaps what lead to the rumours was the fact that even after visiting a number of hospitals, he was unable to get help.
“I had to seek help from a traditional herbalist and after nine months of medication, I regained my old self,” he says.
For now he plans to concentrate on marketing his new release through shows all over the country.
He also plans to collaborate with Tanzanian female star, Lady Jaydee.
“Though I can’t say much at the moment, plans for this are at an advanced stage,” he says.