Wani returns with 2-single package, “Silver Spoon Interlude/Jezebel”

Uniquely toned singer-songwriter, Wani aka Wani Wonder is back with another set of midtempo well-written Afro-type singles, a 2-song package with the title—Silver Spoon Interlude/Jezebel—both produced by Trill.

Although being born with silver spoon, Wani reinstates that nothing was giving to him on a gold platter, rather he has to grind for every single penny and position he is opportuned to be currently enjoying, “90’s baby / Silver spoon raised me / But the streets paid me / Laugh with a sucker till the day they try to play me / No I never took one thing from a ni–a / Back on the wall wanna buss my jigga / Getting little bread but I’m trying to get bigger“, Wani sings determinedly on Silver Spoon Interlude, “Still dey wan count me / Count me / Count me out“, the song fades away with Wani implying the presumed notion about rich kids always wanting the easy way out but he is way different from that.

Jezebel is an Amapiano party song, with the theme of living in the moment, “I pour one up / I light one up / I catch cruise / If you know you bad / Gwan buss it low“, Wani sets the tone for the alcohol, smoke heavy club scene swarmed by ladies swaying their hips to his tunes.

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