The song is aimed at empowering women and was dropped as a retaliatory track to the original by Kristoff, Frasha and Rabbit which according to Kush was demeaning to women.
“Speaking on behalf of other women,we need men to respect us and also know that we ain’t cheap. As women we have a say when it comes to such situations and apart from that; I was making a statement that we can choose to say yes or no,it’s a song that people would love to hear and bump to, considering the original one was a hit. I just did the reply for all the ladies.
The whole point is to entertain and there is no beef between Kristoff,Frasha and Rabbit, and Pacho. They liked the reply and hence it was agreed and we released it,at the end of the day we are all here to entertain our fans,” Kush said.
Huwezi ni Dandia was produced by Cedo at Pacho Studios while the video has been directed by Ricky Becko.
Incase you haven’t checked it out yet, here it is: