Have the need to time machine yourself back to the fierce splendor of the 90's? Soak in Zaki Ibrahim's vivid visual, "Go Widdit" as it grabs inspiration from all the great House/Dance videos of the era, sprinkles in some voguing/whacking, and tops it off with the quirk and sass this side of 1995 flick Party Girl (He-he-hello!). You'll for sure get your 90's fix without even having to get all scientific.
Ibrahim is someone who I haven't gotten to know quite well yet, even though she's been kicking around for some time with two EP's ('06's Shö: Iqra in Orange and '08's Eclectica In Purple) and several side-projects under her sparkly belt. The spunky South African-born-Canadian-bred artist has got a corker of a debut album out of this year's Every Opposite where she explores various faucets of African music while taking them into a more modern frontier. Housed on Every Opposite, "Go Widdit" embellishes on those experiments and the results as you can hear are pleasing to the core. By all means, pump up the jam, strike it up, and la da di the whole day long to this.