Msiz’kay knows how to play around with his words. He knows how to flatter, listen to Ngisemathandweni for reference. ICherry Yam is more or less on the same wavelength except this time he’s here to talk about his love, actually he’s here to show off his girl.
From beginning to end, he sings praises about icherry yakhe. I mean he doesn’t miss a beat, praises everywhere. You know that couple that’s still new and they can’t get enough of each other. They constantly talk about each other, it’s annoyingly adorable. Msiz’kay describes his girl as beautiful, fine, black beautiful, sophisticated, educated, heaven sent, and all other things you can think of. I love it. If you don’t do it for your girl who will?
Visuals by Corey was the man behind the camera putting in the commendable work. No lie the video is nice. The shots are crisp and clean. The colors are vibrant matching the vibe of the song. The transitions are smooth, Corey did this thing where, every time time there’s a beat drop the video transitions. It’s the small things that brings the video together.
Msiz’kay sings, “She’s fine, she’s pretty she’s mine,/ icherry yami ayifani lecherry yakho,/ Owami muhle,/….,/ Black beauty, how can I resist,/ Sophisticated, educated baby girl,/ She’s a masterpiece take a look at her,/ Coolest girl I’ve ever met,/ She’s the best I’ve ever had,/ Keyshia Cole heaven sent,/ Always real never fake.” I mean. He even says she’s got class. Is there a compliment he left?
Gents, iCherry Yam is the song you keep in your favourites. You just copy one compliment a day and give it to your lady. You’ll see the difference. You can never go wrong with a Msiz’kay song. Check it out below.