Malitia MaliMob has gained global recognition for its musical influence. Their fanbase stretches from the Seattle streets all the way to Somalia and everywhere in between. Frontman Capo Gaddafi is the face of Malimob’s movement that is the voice for refugees all around the world. One of his latest projects “Thuggin” is a short but poignant reflection on street life shot by AtWater.
While Capo’s music is often overlooked by music critics and “curators,” there’s no doubting its potential and it takes less than two-minutes for Malitia MaliMob’s commander in chief to get his point across. The words are meaningful and carried on an auto-tuned flow that would fit right in with Rap Caviar or any other hip-hop playlist Spotify can muster.
The video is like a grainy VHS tape with simple aesthetic but it’s an eerily truthful visual backdrop to “Thuggin.” Police tape and squad cars cruise the block while Capo spits poems about the hardship of his life. Some cartoon butterfly and demon wing graphics come out of nowhere to grab your attention, just in case you spaced off.
This is a vibey bop that deserves to be put on repeat. The only thing wrong here is that it leaves you wanting more.
Malitia MaliMob’s Movement Stays “Thuggin”
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