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EP REVIEW: KILLER TUNES – GBEDU & THINGS

by onJanuary 26, 2020
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Length

13 Minutes

Plot Synopsis

Afro-Beat. EDM, Riddim

 

On the 6th of December 2019, talented producer, Killer Tunes, a.k.a Mr. Shabalistical, Oshey released his five-track ep which he titled ‘Gbedu and things’. With producers releasing works of their own, Killer tunes is not left behind, as he joins the league od extra-ordinary producers in that league.

Positives

Otaniyen-uwa Daniel professionally known as Killer tunes aka. Mr. Shabalistical has not disappointed when it comes to making vibey instrumentals which has lead to many artists having hit records. His groovy instrumentals and melodies are what get the attention of many artists and listeners.
Gbedu and things is an ep that can be defined as "meant for the clubs". The name 'Gbedu' suggests 'Groovy or club banging' and that's what basically the ep is about. The ep showed killer tunes as a person is all about the grooves. Most producers will have different genres of music on their ep, but killer tunes gave us straight gbedu vibes. There is literally no dull moment on this ep, every track on the ep can be vibed in the clubs. There were some additional hands-on this project who added a few their melodies to the ep. Guitars were played by Dvibes, the saxophone was played by saxbarrister and trumpet by Damilee.
Some of the tracks sound stroke recommends you listen are
Track 1 (11:11)
Track 2 (Flex)
Track 3 (Gorilla Riddim)

Negatives

It can be argued that this ep can be described as a lazy ep, with just five tracks, each of the piece of work wasn't totally different from themselves. The ep sounded like the producer used a sample pack of percussions for creating the ep.

Editor Rating
 
Structure
5.2

 
Theme
5.5

 
Production
6.0

 
Originality
5.6

 
Popularity
5.3

Total Score
5.6

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Gbedu and things is an ep with lots of African vibes and plays, Get your dance shoes cause you might want to rock this one.

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