Just over a year after they joined forces on ‘Roll Up/ The Hotbox Skit’ off D-Truce’s debut album “2 Bird, 1 Stone,” 3try, TylerRiddim and D-Truce have reunited on a new release titled ‘Omoge’.
Produced by the capable duo Jayblake and DJ Xtreme, ‘Omoge’ is a familiar tale of love and heartbreak. Over the soft and mellow Afropop instrumentation, the trio bond over experiences of being at the mercy or being played by their respective love interests. And with their throbbing hearts, they turn to what offers them solace; their music. “Baby don’t put me for trouble, don’t burst my bubble omoge,” 3rty pleads. TylerRiddim reiterates, singing “ma lo koba mi” in Yoruba.
A calm and collected D-Truce delievers a well laid out verse groaning over the excesses of his lover who appears to be losing interest in him, steady finding faults in his actions.
This is an all too familiar tale that many of us can relate to. It takes us back to those moments when we feel our lover slowly slipping away from our grasp. Enjoy the record above and let us know what you think.