Yang-Baby Boloman Derkaiser, extraordinary singer, songwriter, and hip hop artist, unveils the sizzling club anthem of the summer, titled “Nono.” The track comes to life under the expert production skills of Dr. Anton, while Lisa’s captivating vocals infuse it with an irresistible allure. Inspired by a challenging period that nearly pushed him to financial ruin and homelessness, this new release weaves in a touch of Latin charm, fusing a blend of diverse beats and rhythms.
The follow-up to “Mercedes Benz” and “Mami Dance,” ignites the dancefloor like a blazing inferno, and creates an explosive atmosphere with its contagious beats and unforgettable chorus, “Don’t tell me that this boy is your boyfriend, Non, Non, Non/ Don’t tell me that the boy is your cousin, Non, Non/ Stop to put the blame on me cause I’m balling, Non, Non, Non/ You don’t deserve my love since you playing, Non, Non/ Hey Boi, Hey boi, Wait a minute/ I spent my time tryn to make you feel/ Hey Boi, Hey boi, Wait a minute/ You might not trust me but my love is real.”
Derkaiser sparks a desire within partygoers to embrace their wild side, urging them to “go loco.” Boloman‘s rap effortlessly showcases his multifaceted persona, as the lyrics delve into the complexities of relationships, empowering Yang-Baby to assert that he won’t tolerate any games in relationships. With a seamless blend of English and Spanish, the track playfully embraces a linguistic duality, while revealing a love interest who awakens the mischievous side of the rapper.
“Nono” was born out of a devastating period in Derkaiser’s life. Yang-Baby found himself homeless in 2015, coinciding with his girlfriend’s battle with depression and her subsequent commitment to a mental hospital. Believing she had tragically taken her own life, he was consumed by despair. Only years later did he discover the shocking truth that she was alive all along, leaving him to confront the profound deception he had endured. This single serves as a therapeutic outlet for the artist’s personal journey, reflecting his struggle with loss, and the long-lasting impact of deceit on mental and emotional well-being.
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