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Stream Nigerian artists Zamorra and Laycon’s new saxophone-fuelled track ‘Kiss n’ Tell’

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Photo: Spotify
Photo: Spotify


Most people aren’t fond of “snitches” or anyone who kisses and tell, so there’s no surprise when artists take on the topic and share their stories. Today, Nigerian artists Zamorra and Laycon share their brand new collaboration that details why they don’t participate in the following. In the first verse, Laycon raps about a special lady feeling that she doesn’t want to let him go and stepping up to take care of a lady’s monetary needs. Then, Zamorra caps off the song with lyrics about buying his lady designer clothing and taking good care of her by giving her money and adhering to her needs. We’re sure there’s more to the tales of their love lives, but they aren’t going to spill the beans. They are gentlemen.

Stream the brand track ‘Kiss n’ Tell’ below.

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