IS Winky D slowly becoming a master of brewing flop projects? Could the sun be setting for the Ninja President after being on the throne for so long?
The Njema album has not lived up to expectation compared to his previous offerings.
Gombwe managed to get people's attention within a weeks time, but it seems Njema will be all bubble gum as it is likely to be phased out.
Only loyal fans will disagree with the fact that the album is substandard even though it carries roughly a few tracks which might make it on airplay.
One would say it is mob phycology that will make people think the album is well-knit.
Meanwhile on the streets the new player who was Winky D's curtain raiser Mambo Dhuterere is still buzzing like a swarm of bees.
The Bho Yangu singer used to be master of locking the streets with his sweltering offerings but this year, the going has proven to be tough.
Only his Ijipita track might have won him momentum due to its political undertones, the song has been quickly embraced by those liable to opposition politics, who like Winky D, are also pursuing relevance with nauseating attention seeking stunts.
Only a miracle will cause the album to buzz even though people have no choice but to listen to the averagely done album as they await someone to do better.