For the elderly couple, life seems bleak, devoid of the metaphorical sunshine and Nabokov summarizes the old woman's view of life as "accepting the loss of one joy after another".
Darkecy continues to fill his music with rich and original Rwandan references and still manages to account for his international audience. The production which contributes to this international relevance was the work of Yannick MYK and he didn't disappoint, delivering what is the perfect accompaniment to the catchy chorus sang by Darkecy.
Stifler's ability to switch between dialects and languages allows for his music to carry a commercial potential that knows no borders. This track in particular would make for a vibrant live performance not only because of the great work done on the instrumental side but also because of the artist's stylistic mastery.
As a whole, the three performances are symbiotic, each unique in their own right and yet pointing at the same truths. That what divides us is smaller than the many rich wonders that should unite us. Read More