After touring throughout Europe and Australia last year, New Zealand-based Rwandan rapper Raiza Biza returned home to Hamilton to regroup and record with his day one crew AmmoNation. In his words, "We’ve been working on a lot of music in the last 6 months, and because of how different all of the AmmoNation members are, its been an enjoyable challenge trying to shape aspects of our sound for the sake of cohesiveness, but I feel that we are finding that now, and I’m looking forward to releasing more music with the team."

The first offering from this batch of music is 'Forever', a collaboration with fellow rappers Blaze The Emperor, NASH and singer Bianca Paulus. With NASH also handling the production, mixing and mastering, it's a soulful, bouncy exercise in smokey hooks, boastful yet reflective verses, and the sort of uniquely slanted rap music that could only come from African immigrants who while living in New Zealand, are primarily inspired by American musicians and rappers, but would really like to get popular in Europe. There is strength in numbers, and Raiza Biza knows this.