Ghana's $pacely brings out Kofi Mole for 'Yawa'
$pacely delivers on recent smooth single ‘Yawa’, with a dynamic feature from Kofi Mole.
This is actually the first record I’ve heard from $pacely, yet he has a notable following and has surely been at his craft for a minute as this song is big. The smooth and almost delicate track begins, as it’s slowly cracked open by an intricate stringed melody - full of atmospheric effects. $pacely is exposed from within as he starts on his vocals. Using a variety of jumpy patterned flows, and rap/sung sections, the Accra native (South Ghana) gets into his people, loyalty and “Yawa”. I’m assuming “yawa” it isn’t the most positive of things as he sings: “1 time I put this on my bros. 2 times I put this on the mob. 3 times I put this on the gang. I you double fuc up, I say my [brother] yeah, you do yawa.” And from the later content of the song, it potential means ‘away’(?).
Kofi Mole comes in with a bright and fast contrast to $pacely. Rapping rapid and hard, he elevates the energy in the song with his distinct voice, dynamic accents, multitude of flows and strong bars.
Definitely two artists to keep eyes on for the future.