Bosq & Kaleta return for the second single off their forthcoming full length album. Uplifiting Afro Disco & Funk are the name of the game on this beautiful release with artwork by Amanda Lobos from Brasil.
It’s not possible to pick an A & B side between these two quality cuts, recorded between Bosq’s Medellin Studio, NYC & Cotonou, Benin (one of Kelata’s hometowns).
Sonayon is a midtempo summertime Afro Disco burner that almost doesn’t need a translation from it’s Gun (A language native to Benin and some parts of Southern Nigeria) lyrics for you to understand that it speaks of overcoming hardship & brighter days ahead.
Meji Meji, loosely meaning something akin to “two heads are better than one” in Yoruba takes a similarly positive stance, with Kaleta singing about unity over division on a heavy Disco Funk groove with blistering horns and heavy percussion.
Both sides already getting heavy support on dancefloors worldwide.