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CHH Artiste - Rymsta Ray Releases - 'Ratata' & 'Chikopokopo' off Raynaissance Album || @rymstaray

Due to popular demand from Ororo Nation, Rymsta Ray finally drops two lead singles from his debut album - 'Raynaissance'.

'Chikopokopo' is a word derived from the Zimbabwean language "Shona". It means to take off suddenly. The song ascribes praise to the God who doesn't need a run way to take off, He moves suddenly into our situations when we call on Him.
Produced by Yung Willis.

Rymsta Ray - Chikopokopo


'Ratata' is an upbeat dance song that expresses the joy of speaking in tongues.

Produced by Kunsept.

Rymsta Ray - Ratata


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