In the event that you believe Akon “Wakanda” will be brimming with healthy Black Panther references, you’re profoundly mixed up. Despite the fact that the tune’s title is taken straightforwardly from the Academy Award-winning film, the substance itself is a little on the wicked side. The melody is about a lady who needs to lay down with Akon on the grounds that she says she’s never had intercourse with an African. All through the tune, he avoids her with reasons, yet the lady tells him that “she needs some Wakanda.”
Months prior Akon declared that his inevitable venture El Negreeto would drop on August 30. He shared the main single from his fourth studio collection, “Get Money” including Puerto Rican vocalist rapper Anuel AA. While “Wakanda” has substantial African impacts in its creation, “Get Money” had to a greater degree a Latin-imbued sound. El Negreeto will be the principal studio venture Akon has discharged since his 2008 platinum-selling record Freedom, so fans are foreseeing what he’s been taking a shot at.
Tryna get between my legs
The d*ck cost too much money
So you will not get it for free