MILE & Soko Matemai are "Top of the Hill"

MILE recently ropped in Soko Matemai for his latest single "Top of the Hill". A braggadocious testament to the rapping ability of both artists. Top of the Hill is a mouthful of lyricism, wordplay and rhyme scheme. The hook is kept short and succinct, allowing cadence and flow to have their moment without moderation.  

I'm top of the hill! 
Vanganditangira papi 
Muvengi kutaurira pasi, hona 
Kukwarira mukati, matii? 
I'm top of the hill! 
Vanganditangira papi 
You cannot play with my name and still get it wrong 
Zvichamira nhasi, matii?
I'm top of the hill! 

MILE & Soko Matemai - Top of the Hill

It's a song heavy on quotables, something Soko Matemai clearly knows as he talks about his lyrical consistency over the years, "How many years now how many verses ndichingosvipa maquotes? Muzukuru waaKeresia anosiya apedza masports." 

MILE's verse has everything from metaphors and similes to double entendres.

"Nothing fashioned for the naked eye 

Kept it tailor-made and had to make it mine

Earned the stripes and colours, ain’t afraid to dye." This can be taken as a reference to the act of death or dying in terms of changing colour.

Top of the Hill is produced by Verseless. There's something nostalgic about the instrumental he delivers and it brings to mind old-school video games. The track was released with a video shot and directed by Mr. Lani, which debuted on MTV Base Africa.

Checkout the video for "Top of the Hill" below:


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