There are these few moments when artists together touch something sweeter than they’ve ever sought before, beyond the merely collaborative or technically proficient, when their expression becomes as easy and graceful as friendship or love. This is when they give us a glimpse of what we might be, of our best selves, and of an impossible world in which you give everything you have to others, but lose nothing of yourself
Still, amid that endless flow, there are some stories that are so hilarious, so thought-provoking, so well-crafted or deeply resonant that they pause the whole machine, however briefly, and we marvel a little. This happened multiple times this year. There were so many songs written since 2017 that deserved a span much longer than a daily news cycle and much longer than the few seconds it takes your Instagram feed to refresh. Ground Cargo is unarguably one of them. The descriptions by Daddy Black and Why Tomah. They have the potential to be breathtakingly beautiful because these 2 (inspired by”Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi” “Bob Marley” ” Lapiro De Mbanga” “Fela Kuti”, and seemingly everyone in between) have succeeded in putting emotions into words, with beautiful results. “Ground Cargo” is a perfect blend of, Afrobeat, Reggae, and Hip-hop. Written and composed by “Daddy black” and the rap verse by” Why Tomah” . “ produced and mixed by “Elad Denis Aka Mr. Melody“, mastered by the American mastering engineer “Matty Harris“. Brimming with catchy melodies from Christian Kengne Simplice’s guitar, trumpet, trombone, and saxophone, by the American brass player ” Will Allen” so this is Ground Cargo for you all.