C4rdo by Zelijah just dropped this month, and we’re proud to say that it’s this edgy work of art is 100% Filipino!
Adding some spice to your usual rap, C4rdo by Zelijah is one of those rap songs with a touch of modern. Performed by Zelijah featuring 1am, it’s new, it’s breezy, and it’s sexy!
And if you’re familiar with the works of Joji (formerly known as Filthy Frank – his ‘alter ego’), you would def get the same feel. This has got us wishing they would do a collab together! *fingers crossed*
Dying to hear him? Click play and experience the sensation of modern Pinoy rap now! Plus, get high with this creatively hypnotic music/lyric video. You’re welcome!
Oh ang sarap kasi nakatali Dibale na basta naka dali Okay lang ba na makisali Walang paki kung tama ba o mali
The lyric video starts with a shot of an old living room with an old school TV. The TV plays a scene from a classic Filipino film where the woman expresses rage towards her partner with aggressive slaps and furious expressions
The lyric video then cuts to a scene with a woman dancing upside-down a triangular cut-out. The scene only changes again when the video cuts to the verses.
Sabi mo Ayaw mo na kasi ang gulo Niyo na ni Cardo Ops delikado To’y sindikato Kung maka-tago
Wag ka ng mag-alala pa Gesi lang sindi mo pa Huwag kang magpakumbaba Pag dito ka sakin, ‘kaw lang wala ng iba
Tila isa kang diwata na hindi ko kaya na mailagan Sige lang Maya, sige lang sige lang napakahirap iwasan Uno, dos ni-ikalawang beses na yan Di mo ba naisip na kayong dalawa ay ikinakalawang na diyan
And we don’t know about you, but this actually reminds us of a song we featured before on LOCAL VOCAL. And if you want to listen to it, you can check here to see what we’re talking about.
We know you want to add this to your playlist, so we have the Spotify link here just for you.
And if you’re anything like us, we know C4rdo’s hypnotic tunes will get you playing this song over and over again!
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