Over the years, African rhythms through stages of evolution have been used by performers to engage the realities of socio-political dynamics. Fela Kuti‘s timeless sway is a strong example, and it gets more interesting because Villy and his team have been compared on several platforms to markedly stand out with such momentum that reminds us that Afro protest music with substance is here to not only stay but make an impact. In a conversation, Villy, the leader of the band points out that; “the message is especially for the African mind. [It] simply questions everything about the world we live in today to achieve self realization as Africans. In this EP, I make myself an example of what I think in my own opinion the lay man should be- how to fight for his or her rights and also how to demand answers.”
Omonblanks, who works very close to the band discloses that, “it is an EP with 6 songs; Alarm, Runaway, Which Way, Humanimals, Wia My Moni and No Way.” A further breakdown by Villy was that; “they are connected as an interaction between the people and the various societies they live in-an institution of mind programming and control. So the idea is that we should understand that we are humans first before any other thing; statuses, political positions, religious leadership, rebels, terrorists, sinners, etc.” The group sounds like a construction of rhythms smearing African home-soaked vamps in cooperation with wild percussion and horns aside splendid vocals to form interlocking grooves.