Throwback Music: Trybesmen – Plenty Nonsense

Over 20 years ago, Trybesmen, dropped their debut album L.A.G Style, following the success of classic club hit, “Shake Bodi”. The album also housed “Plenty Nonsense”, a heavy-bass set rap song, featuring verses from the group’s earliest members, Freestyle, K.B and Eldee.

Plenty Nonsense”, is the Trybesmen’s take on some of the frustrations of being young in an African society. Though the Trybesmen speak in broader terms of the hard knock life as a whole, the social commentary embedded in the track captures uniquely African experiences. Following a chorus simply decrying how there are many everyday realities that shouldn’t be a norm.

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