Award-winning Musician, Robert Hud joins forces for the first time with songstress, Lia. The duo weaves their prowess; icing it with bubbly melodies to craft an up-tempo Amapiano record titled Crazy Love.
The song is a fusion of deep house, jazz, and lounge music, with synthesizers, airy pads, and broad percussive basslines. It is characterized by high-pitched piano melodies, Kwaito basslines, low tempo South African house rhythms from the 1990s, and percussions from another local house subgenre called as Bacardi.
Crazy Love is a compelling jolly track where the duo prefers love; proclaiming how they love each other regardless of the hindrance. It was delivered in their native language, Ewe and and pidgin.
Well known as a rapper, Robert Hud uses this song ( crazy Love ) a follow up to his Afrobeat, “Face Love and Everything” to affirm his philosophy. “ he does not subscribe to the narrative of being inspired by a particular event, thing or phenomenon. According to him, the entirety of life, its daily fails is what gets him going influencing him to juggle concepts and create music. “ .
The song was produced and mastered by Kemenya Tvee.
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