100 crowns head-honcho, AQ is set to drop his retirement album and he serves the official single off the album titled, You Must Feel Am. The record features Nigerian vocal powerhouse, Oxlade and was produced by the usual suspect, Beatsbyjayy. Read the review below:
This is a laid-back feel-good song that you could listen to on a Sunday evening under the shade sipping on some cocktail with shades on partially staring at the sun. Beatsbyjayy took the 90s route for the creation of the instrumental with some afro drum pattern and RnB melodies that sound like a Seyi Sodimu record. Oxlade delivered a nice vocal, while A-Q flowed well on the beat.
combining the 3 elements of the 3 creatives that worked on the song, this song is scattered. Individually, they did well. Beatsbyjayy made a nice beat, A-Q rapped well, Oxlade sang well. But putting everything together, the song was horrible. It was so noisy and hard to listen to. Beatsbyjayy made an instrumental that fits a love scenery, Oxlade's back-up vocals were just all over the place and making the song noisy. A-Q rapped about anything and everything. What exactly should we feel?