The title of the song first of all gives a vivid imagination about what the song entails, which is the challenges people face on becoming masters of their craft; it artistically tells the story of the hustle and encourages all hustlers out there to stay strong and never give up, even in hard times. The song was released at a time when Nigerians were facing a downturn financially and economically, thus making it a beautiful song easily relatable by most Nigerians; for a female indigenous Rap artiste, Tipsy typically projects her indigenous Yoruba culture and strategically reaches out to a wider scope of audience by infusing a prayer style in her song, “Hustle.”

It is not everyday Olamide jumps on a track with fellow artistes, and definitely, he does not just jump on a track with just anyone, hence, one will naturally think that featuring he would reduce the effect of the other artiste on a track, however, Tipsy proves her relevance, Rap skill and dominance, by rendering a beautiful chorus and impeccable verse; it is safe to say that without Olamide jumping on this track, the song would have still been a hit.

The visuals is classy and not without style; from her dance moves to ambience to even her costuming and presentation, Tipsy ideally represents the message behind the song and projects her major message to her fans and haters – that she is here to dominate – watch and share your thoughts. | ENJOY!!!