Lloyd Soul switches his sound on the Vic Enlisted-produced Sarura Wako to a more mature sound.
Sarura Wako follows the story of a boy (Lodza) who falls in love with a girl (Sarudzai) and makes his intentions clear. Lloyd does not want any man trying their luck with his woman. Hence the title of the track, “Take your pick but don’t pick mine!”.
In this age of polygamous relationships it has become very difficult to find “the one” and when you do, you do NOT want to share.
A departure from Lloyd Soul’s previous sound of R&B/Pop (that is dominant on his 2017 EP Strings)the is a refreshingly new sound unlike that of his age-mates. I hope this is beginning of a new dawn in Lloyd’s career.
Vic Enlisted, known for making a lot of trap-infused bangers showcases his versatility on this song, which sounds different from anything I’ve heard from him before.
Don’t just take my word for it, listen to the song and make your own deductions.