Put in an undeniable money-making motivational theme that has a daily reminder for men to keep on working up for more money, Thirtn’s “Sika” came as a laudable advice from a brother to all brothers to keep them stuck to their grind.
While “Sika” would trigger the already-rich to triple up their hustle, it as well whips the broke into making serious money moves. This outcome is very much so of the song, because its lyrics have the instant positive provocation to push the lazy into diligence.
First time hearing Thirtn’s “Sika”, one might think it’s Kofi Kinaata singing. The two Taadi brothers share a close vocal similarity, but Thirtn has an easy quick switch that comes with a twist that makes him sound more finer when he goes urban rap.