The track “Macua” with the singer Lukie, it portrays a lot of African daily life, sung in Macua, the language of an African tribe populating Tanzania and northern Mozambique.
The track is part of Double Drop’s album “The First and The Last” a sonic adventure that takes listeners on a journey through uncharted territories. With contributions from artists hailing from Russia (Katya Olszewska), Mozambique (Kvpitao, Freddy da Stupid, Sky White, Shakira Aly, and Lukie), Portugal (40D) and South Africa (Tsimo, Lubello), the album is a testament to the power of collaboration and cross-cultural exchange. From start to finish, the album is a dynamic and emotive experience that showcases Double Drop’s versatility as a musician.
One philosophical term that could be related to this album is “The First and The Last.” This term speaks to the idea that everything has a beginning and an end, and that these two points are intimately connected. In other words, the end of one thing is often the beginning of something else.
This concept can be seen in Double Drop’s music, as the album represents both a culmination of the artist’s past experiences and a starting point for new creative endeavors. The album’s diverse range of influences and sounds speaks to the idea that every experience is an opportunity for growth and evolution. By embracing this philosophy, Double Drop has crafted an album that is both deeply personal and universally relatable.