Adekunle Gold starts the decade with a surprise for us, a Kizz Daniel feature. The afro-pop record was produced by Major Bangz & Pheelz.
The song started with a highlife guitar riff, followed by an immediate switch to a pop guitar loop and afro drums. The overall production was on point and smooth. The vocals were clear and crisp. Adekunle Gold and Kizz Daniel attacked the song in their unique ways. Kizz Daniel's adlibs and back-up won the song. His unique scat-singing drove the song. The lyrical composition of the song was top-notch.
Melodies are one of, if not the most important component of a musical composition. Jore's melody was somewhat boring. I mean it was good at first listen, but it became less interesting the second time and then it just became worse from there. Melodies are meant to be daunting every time you listen. That's the only way a song can stand the test of time. I expected more from this collaboration to be honest.