Amadu Abdul Rashid Mahama affectionately called Kundivi Mahama, a beloved Ghanaian singer, songwriter, and performer from the Northern part of the country has released a song, surprising and delighting his cult followers. LISTEN [HERE]
Social media has been abuzz with inquiries regarding the circumstances surrounding the song’s creation and release since the masterpiece’s recent release. It has consistently received a lot of attention.
The song, which has a duration of 2 minutes and 57 seconds and is titled “Tafaamaa,” which means “Lamentation of a woman struggling to feed her children after the death of her husband,” was primarily written in his dialect, which is called “Housa.”
After a lengthy hiatus, he has finally released the smash hit song, which is also his first single under his new record label, Uppers Records.
Sazy has also directed a high-quality video to accompany the song.