Review – Saa Ara

“Saa Ara, saa ara,  saa ara ,ade akye oo” which simply translates in to the Ghanaian local tongue “just like that,just like that, it’s morning”!  An afro beats single from Juls ft Kwesi Arthur, has some sort of lyrical identification most people in the Ghanaian community resonate to

by Flint Asiedu

“Saa Ara, saa ara,  saa ara ,ade akye oo” which simply translates in to the Ghanaian local tongue “just like that,just like that, it’s morning”!  An afro beats single from Juls ft Kwesi Arthur, has some sort of lyrical identification most people in the Ghanaian community resonate to, vividly creating a picture of people going about their daily jobs when one takes a listen ,basically on the hustle. With the beat of thudding drums and playing of traditional instruments Juls’ “Saa ara” reeks of a pure African sound with the  seal of hip hop beat for its chorus. The lyrical  content of the song talks of the daily struggles people go through, but “saa ara” (just like that ) without breaking the monotonym of life, there comes another another morning.  A sound that has a little  semblance with that of femi kutis’,but fresh enough to make anyone heed back to their roots with appreciation of language and origin!

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