As we advance towards the release of his forthcoming project, Ajebutter is here with a new record titled, Big Man Talking. The record was produced by Quebeat.
Read the review below:
Quebeat made a bop Afrobeats instrumental by the way of hip-hop. The instrumental was quite minimalistic and gave room for Ajebutter's wordplay to be heard. Ajebutter came through with his husky voice and unique delivery, dropping lines that would definitely catch your attention but won't make you pause to think about it. He delivered a catchy hook that is easy to sing or rap along to.
'Big Man Talking' is the type of song you just hear once and forget about it. It's not necessarily boring, but it's not just interesting enough. Nowadays, music has grown past just creating a regular vibe and hoping it would pick up, and if it doesn't pick up, you'll rinse and repeat the same formula. It definitely doesn't work that way anymore. There's supposed to be an oomph factor that would drive them to want to listen to the song again, especially in this streaming era where you need people to repeat your songs constantly. This song definitely didn't have that.