Nicole Nyaba has made her musical debut as "Coco." She is featured on Southside Mohammed's "Out & In," a trappy, but pop-esque style track, with a heavy serving of autotune. Mohammed bears uncanny vocal resemblance to a few of the younger generations of rappers in South Africa's hip-hop community. The song takes on the topic of money coming and going, with Mohammed's verse providing insight into the ways in which this happens. He speaks on the experiences he has with friends and women, at the same time, true to the nature of any rapper, the man offers himself big ups too.
Nicole opens her verse with, "Coco bitch!" which already sets the tone for the type of experience listeners should expect. The verse, in terms of lyrical rhyme scheme, makes sense, the rhythm is there, albeit there were moments where one almost wanted a little more power from her, however, this is a good first into this industry. Outside of the delivery, however, what impacted how we hear Coco's verse is that the instrumental and Southside Mohammed seem louder than her, which tends to be more of a post-production issue.
Overall, this is a good way to turn heads, have a listen and let us know what you think!