Another song with little singing and great instrumentals. This time, the song is being sung by Dicey featuring Ice Prince and Nato C — yup you read that right, It’s the same 10/10 Naeto C. Do not get too excited though, he did not do much singing in the song.
Ki jo Mole starts with the trademark Dicey followed by an array of drums playing and then Dicey saying Ki jo mole for like a gazillion times (just kidding but really, it was quite much).
The instrumentals of the song seem to be the shining part of the song. A beat well done by Dicey himself. We loved the unique blend of instruments and sound. It gave a peculiar and pleasing overall sound.
The song is supposed to be a dance song however, it does not have a video to represent this. Furthermore, the lyrics of the song is nothing to write home about. I mean you cannot get a song, tell people to dance throughout (literally) and not really say anything else in the song apart from repetitions and good instrumentals.
Ice Prince did not do much singing either and we found ourselves looking for where Naeto C sang.