“Wasis” comes from Deep Forest’s upcoming album, Deep Africa. The nearly seven minute long song can really be split into two parts: the slower, more somber first half, and the faster, more upbeat second half. The first half has two voices: one that sounded quieter and sadder, which I didn’t like all that much. The other voice was stronger and more mystical, and helped me like this part of the song more. The second half however, features a wide variety of instruments that helps give the song a special kind of atmosphere. While I definitely prefer this more active second half, I can also hear how the slower first half is used to build up to it.