Home Music Rosa Ree, Frida Amani, Chemical, Mamy Baby (Dada Hood) drop ‘Naona Love’ ft. S2kizzy

Rosa Ree, Frida Amani, Chemical, Mamy Baby (Dada Hood) drop ‘Naona Love’ ft. S2kizzy

by John Ogba-Ifeakanwa

Tanzanian female emcees group, Dada Hood have released a new song titled, Naona Love featuring music producer, S2kizzy.

Songs tend to sound hotter when they feature an incredible line up of dope female emcees. Imagine Cardi B, Nicki Minaj, Eve, Stefflon Don, Iggy Azalea and Citi Girls in a group called, ummm, Hood Sistahs, dope right? Even though it doesn’t seem possible, we can only imagine. No one can take that from us.

One very possible, already existing group, currently in the rave right now is the Tanzanian group of female emcees called Dada Hood. Dada Hood translated to mean ‘SisterHood’ is an all female project set up to bring female hip hop artists together.

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Known for their previous big release Holla Holaa which featured members, Rosa Ree, Tammy the baddest, Chemical, Stosh, Cindy rulz and Pink, the group is out again with a new jam. This time they feature music producer, S2kizzy who not only produces the track but also sings the hook.

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The new song, Naona Love is fronted by group members, Rosa Ree, Frida Amani, Chemical and Mamy Baby. On the track, each femcee delivers dope bars on the Caribbean inspired beats after which the hook is sung by S2kizzy. The track is as dope as expected and would probably make big moves on the music charts.

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