BigTril (Picture: MBU)

It’s a long way where I’m coming from, it’s a long way where I’m going toall of a sudden I’m feeling happy again,” goes the chorus on ‘Long Way’.

But first, Remember ‘Parte after Parte’? The song that was a major groundbreaker on the 2019 music scene, and even went on to become a Partee catchphrase in several countries.

However, Kaiza Rowland Raymond also professionally known as BigTril, the brains behind the feel-good anthem seemed to have laid on the low, most probably to revisit his old self, and create more.

Well, the one-year hiatus is over and the 29-year-old Striker Entertainment signed rapper/ singer/ songwriter has returned onto the scene with a new single titled – Long Way.  

BigTril Unleashes 'Long Way' Inspirational Single Off Forthcoming Album – TRILDOM 1 MUGIBSON
Long Way’ Song Artwork (Picture: MBU)

In ‘Long Way’, BigTril educates his audiences that it is better to wait long than go the wrong way. He says he is in a better place because he has the support of the people he loves the most.

According to the Striker Entertainment rapper, ‘Long Way’ is a real-life story detailing the achievements, opportunities, and challenges he has faced. He also appreciates his fans for waiting patiently for new music since his last release.

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“This is a story of my journey, my triumphs, and losses. My family, my friends, and my music and all that is important to me. Thank you for being patient,” BigTril said while sharing the song.

‘Long Way’ serves as one of the tracks to expect to appear on his studio LP – Trildom, as written on the song’s description section on YouTube.

The highlight of the song is the switch up BigTril delivers on this one; from hardcore rap to laid-back music; I mean, mans literally combined Afrobeats and Amapiano on one jam. Genius, right?

MBU’s Josh Ruby describes ‘Long Way’s accompanying visual as “Simple yet mind gripping, and telling the story to light up your heart”. The concept was shot and directed by Nigeria’s cinematographers Big Juice from Big Juice Film Works on the streets of Nigeria, whereas the audio production (missing and mastery) was handled by Kay Nickz. Now that Trizzy is back, and in album mode, it is safe to say: – Let the Trildom come!  

The single should soon be up and available on streaming & downloading platforms. For now, Watch BigTril’s Inspiring Visual & Ode to all Hustlers Below: –

Written with references from MBU.