Before today we had not really heard of 3rty. He is quite a unique musician and he does not sing the current mainstream music. He classifies himself as a musical herbalist, an interesting choice of words if we do say so. If you will like to read more about 3rty, you can do so here.
The song starts with an array of Yoruba drums popularly known as gaangaan (talking drums) which sounds lovely, it gives the song some added flair. Then 3rty's intro vocals were not bad at all, in fact, he murdered it.
The lyrics of the song makes it obvious that the song is a love song, I mean even from the title one can infer that. The song focuses on a potential bride.
The melody of the song is deeply rooted in Yoruba, hence, the alternative part with the infusion of some RnB and soul. Perhaps the claims he made, being a musical herbalist is true indeed.
A lot of Yoruba influence on the instrumentals of the song. We did actually enjoy the instrumentals. It was not bad at all.
The lyrics were written and sung in Yoruba, this may be a kind of turn off for potential fans. Seeing as he is mostly unknown by most people.
The song was sung in a unique way, it takes a lot for a rather unique and unknown musician to get really appreciated. Perhaps he just has his own unique target fans.