Freetown, SIERRA LEONE – Celebrated musician, Rosemarie Baryoh commonly called Rozzy Sokota, has unveiled a new song that digs into the complexities of judging others. In a world often quick to cast opinions and pass judgment, Rozzy Sokota’s latest musical creation carries a profound message of self-reflection and empathy.
The song draws inspiration from the iconic quote by Nelson Mandela, “I am not a saint, unless you think of a saint who keeps on trying,” and searches into the theme of acknowledging our own imperfections before we hastily pass judgment on others.
With moving lyrics that resonate with listeners, Sokota’s song encourages individuals to pause and reflect before rushing to blame or judge others. It invites listeners to consider their own humanity, emphasizing that we are all flawed in our own ways.
A few lines from the song exemplify its powerful message:
“Before you gee blame or judge anybody or make lek you betteh
pass everybody na for dae memba…Na for memba say usef na human being … Na mortal man you be…”
These lyrics serve as a reminder that, at our core, we are all human, with our own imperfections and struggles. The song’s central theme revolves around empathy, urging individuals to embrace a deeper understanding of the human experience.
Rozzy Sokota’s music has consistently rolled with audiences for its ability to touch hearts and provoke thought. Her latest release is no exception, as it encourages soul-searching and promotes empathy, fostering important conversations about how we interact with one another.
As she continues to use her music as a vehicle for meaningful messages, her latest song underscores the power of art to inspire change, encourage self-awareness, and promote empathy in an ever-changing world, serving as a key reminder that, despite our differences, we all share a common humanity that binds us together. PSN/7/10/2023