Raise Your Hand” depicts a strong campaign song like a movement that seeks to frontier the freedom of every African child, arbitrating necessary efforts towards their education and the future of the impoverishing people in Africa.
The record tracks its roots from native fermentation from the cause of Africa, housing both the west and the southern part of African people to tell culture stories, as it crosses a boundary but leaps around giving freedom to Africa and entirely the black folks.
Raise Your Hand can also be fathomed as a staple of pop music that seeks to campaign as a record speaking un-behalf of the average African child. Even the entire impoverishing people per-say, as it also stands as a form of inculcating motivation, through rejuvenation on a peaky celebration sonic altitude which comes alive for the sake of the lit instrumentation that stands firmly on a duet of Caribbean fusion and trumpeting rifts, a sampling of afro-pop, like a minimal invasion to instruct a more palpable essence and connotation of “Raise Your Hand”.
“RYH”, once more is necessarily about what the future may be starting from the poverty of now that strikes average Africans, and children. Raise Your Hand offers everyone a chance to take hold of their freedom and cherish it, as to change the Africa we need. It starts with our children and our actions to be responsible. Raise Your Hand, and be free, it’s deliberate as it serves as instruction and I’m certain that it needs a handful of responsibilities. It is indirectly like a movement in its cause.
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Meanwhile, the chemistry of this record is valid and tends to preserve the ingenuity of the pride of African culture. Senegalese’s Youssou N’Dour, strikes his incomparable force of afro-culture from a dimension of Pan-African solidarity to make the song an iconic piece on its own as well as the South African Nomcebo Zikode who stood firmly to expose the record with the Afro-cultural heritage with it, she becomes a supplement to it as well.
Nigerians wouldn’t fail in any form, Teniola Apata and Reeky’s energy as well as Pheelz, was an arrant sense to look forward to once more in songs, as the record becomes a staple in itself that can stir people to embrace its campaign-like nature. I love it for the fact that it is change-driven and seeks to open a vapor of loving truly in itself in between.
It could be like a very exceptional kind of campaign song between cultures that share same like hereditary, which means a strong heritage that we share amongst our self and the efforts it plays seeks to change and with a deliberate “Raise Your Hand”, and a campaign by the side, it has to make it expressions and complete radiation of meaning in full. Raise Your Hand, be open to accepting freedom and light to be free – Africans.