/  12.16.2021

Back in October, BackRoad Gee unveiled his latest project Reporting Live (From the Back of the Roads), which comes with 18 tracks and additional features from Jme, Lethal Bizzle, Stylo G, Stefflon Don, NSG, Pa Salieu, and more. Yesterday (Dec. 15), he added to that with the DB-produced standout “Nyege Lewa,” which — as BackRoad Gee revealed in a past interview with Apple Music — was titled based on Ivory Coast vernacular meaning “lust” and “beautiful.” With the aid of fellow British peer Ms Banks, “Nyege Lewa” is centered around Gee’s feeling toward his love interest:

“Baby girl, I’m the first like Gaou, they know about me in the hood, big machine, what’s good? Slap it down through your hood, I can do the bop like NSG, baby, the streets respect me, baby girl, you wanna love me? It comes with expеnsive fee, remеmber when they didn’t wanna know me, now it’s yengelawa on the beat, yo, baby girl, bruk it down for free, hey, yeah, baby girl, bruk it down for me, Kingbrukkutuu, yes, that is me, hey, live in the flesh, you see, hey, nobody do it like me, hey, baby girl, I do it like…”

Directed by Jay Parpworth, the accompanying clip for “Nyege Lewa” begins with BackRoad Gee performing the track while an exotic dancer is silhouetted in the background. The video then moves through some synchronized dancing before Ms Banks arrives to bring up the song’s infectious energy.

Around the time that Reporting Live (From the Back of the Roads), BackRoad Gee earned one hell of a placement on the soundtrack for the Netflix film The Harder They Fall, joining American heavyweights JAY-Z, Jadakiss, and Conway the Machine on the banger “King Kong Riddim.” At this point, the sky is definitely the limit for the East London star.

Check out “Nyege Lewa” below.


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