Timmy Tdat and Susumila release new music video – oyoo

  • Timmy Tdat is a fast rising Kenyan rapper and vocalist
  • He is part of King Kaka’s Kaka empire and is known for songs such as ‘haitosi’ and ‘trikide’
  • It is the first time Timmy is working with Mombasa based artiste Susumila whose great vocals are a plus for the new release
Timmy Tdat and coast powerhouse, Susumila have teamed up for a song, Oyoo.
Oyoo charts the journey of two love birds. One of them is hesitant an unsure of what lies ahead while the other wants things to go slow.
“The song talks about a guy who wants the relationship to  go slow because he has no clue about matters of the heart,” says Timmy Tdat.  This is the first time Timmy Tdat and Susumila have worked together.
” Napenda style ya Timmy Tdat ya muziki na napenda bidii yake,” says Susumila.​ ​
‘Working with an artiste such as Susumila was a great pleasure. I look forward to working with him again,” says Timmy Tdat​. ​The song was produced by Totti and the video directed by Ricky Becko​.
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