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Album Review: Chike – Boo of the Booless

by onFebruary 16, 2020
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Length

46 minutes

Plot Synopsis

A smooth renegade of love, heartbreak and pain.

 

On the 14th day of February, the day everyone has set aside to celebrate love, Chike from (The Voice season 1 runner-up) decided to charm us with his scintillating vocals with a new album titled, Boo of the Booless. Let’s get to the review, shall we?

Stream here, but read our review below!

 

Positives

There were a lot of controversies following the end of The Voice season 1. Many people that followed the show felt Chike was robbed after he emerged runner-up behind Arese. Well, Chike just released his first body of work after that escapade, and we can for sure say he is here to stay.
First of all, on seeing the album name, I felt it was a little bit corny. Like who names their album Boo of the Booless? After listening to the album, I've changed my mind; that's the perfect title. Every single thing about the album is inch-perfect. From the artwork to the structure, to the production, to the lyrical composition, to the melodic composition, to the harmony usage, everything!
The album has this nostalgic feeling and it makes you reminisce on past relationships and even present ones. The good times and the bad times. There is a song for almost every diverse form of Love. This is a timeless album.

Editor Rating
 
Structure
8.7

 
Theme
8.5

 
Production
9.0

 
Originality
8.2

 
Popularity
6.6

Total Score
8.4

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This is good music. This is a must-listen for everyone.

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