Veteran Ghanaian musician, Adolf Tagoe, who has come to be popularly known as the ‘Kakalika’ man, a name he got from his hit track ‘Kakalika’ few years back, has released a new song and dance titled ‘Khukukhaka.’
“Khukukhaka,” a smooth jam featuring the ‘Telemo’ hitmaker, Gasmilla, is just a month old on radio but currently enjoying massive airplay across the country. As to why he always gives his songs erry titles with a dance form even though he’s not known as a dancer, the ‘Kakalika man’ said he considers people’s health anytime he’s composing his songs.
Because, most people hardly exercise due to how busy their schedules are; so listening to his banger tunes and dancing to them, put them in an aerobic mood sort of which is good for their health.
“Dance is a form of exercise and it’s really good to listen to my kind of songs and dance your worries away. Yeah my titles seem weird but they all have meanings” he said. Explaining the meaning of ‘Khukukhaka’ he said it simply means ‘There’s Hope.’ Again, I always want to stand out and so I chose unique titles.”
Adolf Tagoe featured Sarkodie on his ‘Rokpokpo Dance’, a single he released last year and has also promised to do more collaboration with some A list artists before releasing the full album of Khukukhaka dance by close of the year.
The song (audio) is not up for download yet but the visual for ‘Khukukhaka’ is currently available on YouTube.
Watch the video below: