The story of Aganaga after the success of his single, Ndabirawa, is characterised with ups and downs, a thing that has allowed him to mature into a brand able to stand prominent in the music industry. From his latest album that featured songs such as Nassanga, Khalifah is still giving listeners music worth their time. Among his latest tracks is Four by Four, one we will admit is feel-good music. He describes his better half as a four by four.
Produced by Renix, you can’t doubt the instrumentals. On this beat Khalifah syncs lyrics and vocals perfectly. On the first verse he tells listeners to dance along as he assures them of rejoicing once he takes the mic. The humour checks in as he sings of different dance styles meeting on the dance floor. The chorus is flawless as he sings for fans to allow the music to speak to them and not force enjoyment. In the second verse he speaks to the ladies, especially those shy of letting loose, asking them what is new about dancing that they have not done before.
With the flow of the song he surely has sent the message of assertiveness as he confesses that his girl has made him settle after dancing. One highlight of this song is the female voice echoing on the bridge. It says “I can bounce it, bouncing my body you got to see..” This track crosses into both the local and urban audiences. It is a brilliant detail that expands his fan base. If you want to appreciate music that won’t fade in a year or two, then Aganaga’s music is the thing.