Fanicko in “Ziguidi wow” with X-Time and GHIX

Fanicko in “Ziguidi wow” with X-Time and GHIX
Fanicko in “Ziguidi wow” with X-Time and GHIX

Capture of the extract from “Ziguidi wow”

Fanicko in trend. He joined the Adjapiano movement. The ambassador of Beninese urban music unveiled a brand new musical project on Adjapiano to his fans on Facebook.

Lasting 49 seconds, the clip extract entitled “Ziguidi Wow” was broadcast on its digital channels on Saturday June 22, 2024. Fanicko, who thus demonstrates his solidarity with Adjapiano, worked with the tenors of the new rhythm launched at Benin, X-Time and GHIX.
In his announcement post, Fanicko believes he has an even more moving version of the Adjapiano. His, according to him, is an “Adjapiano 5G” like the all-powerful fifth generation of mobile telephone network which is revolutionizing the world of technology.

More than just a note of support for the new musical movement, “Ziguidi Wow” has the promise of a hit. While waiting to see the entire clip, the extract of less than a minute gives off a groove and a charm that few fans of urban music made in Africa could resist.

Fanicko, as far as we could see, provides a score to perfection, sung in Mina, a language spoken in the southwest of Benin and Togo. A linguistic asset that could make the clip a success with Togolese and Beninese audiences and even beyond. What can we say about X-Time and GHIX which we see like caimans in their backwater.

In “Ziguidi Wow”, as on an egotrip, the artists sing a message of warning from a young person to anyone who wants to put themselves through their race towards success.

The signs of popular success can also be seen in Fanicko’s publication. In 24 hours, the post was shared more than 400 times and attracted more than 1,300 comments. For the most part, the comments show satisfaction from the fans and music lovers who expressed themselves. “It’s strong,” reacted Ayodélé, a young singer known in Cotonou for her talents as a percussionist specializing in gbon, a form of talking drum.

“2024 is our year for us Beninese and we have a minimum 10-year mandate in Africa,” also reacted Axel Merryl, an artist with many hats who is successfully making his mark in music.

Inspired by Amapiano from Nigeria and Gogohoun traditional music rhythm from southwest Benin, Adjapiano promises to position Cotonou on the map of hot spots in West Africa.



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