One listen to Ranti’s single, Iwe Kiko, quickly reveals that it’s all about folk music and the nostalgia that she brings with her music. Iwe Kiko speaks directly to the listener – carried by Ranti’s smooth, fluid vocals with just the right amount of jive.

The lyrics “Iwe kiko lai si oko ati ada, ko i pe o” (Education without farming tools is incomplete) address the very important topic of agriculture – reviving our indigenous occupation – farming, which would create employment opportunities for our teeming youth population and help diversify the economy.

Iwe Kiko was produced by the legendary Cobhams Asuquo. Join the conversation on Twitter and Instagram #IweKiko (@rantimusic)

Watch the Adasa Cookey directed music video and copy the jam below!