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Review: Aramide x Timaya – Fall On Them

by on October 24, 2018
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Length

4:01

Plot Synopsis

A song talking about two-faced people

Verses

3

 

“Them go treat you like their brother
But them dey pray to see you suffer, eh
Shook dirty mouth inside your matter eh eh
Because they want your life to scatter eh eh eh eh”

Watching the video of this song suddenly reminded us of a past Timaya song. This song felt like a sort of sequel to this Timaya song. In this new collaboration from Aramide and Timaya, they basically talk about two-faced people that do not wish them well.

Positives

An interesting song from Aramide, we enjoyed the beginning part of the song. The melody was memorable and original, we really liked the way Timaya came into the mix. It was an unprecedented blend of what is tagged "alternate music" and dancehall.
Beautiful vocal renditions from Aramide, it was distinctive, rich, warm and strong and full of conviction.
The instrumentals of the song are quite compelling and engaging, it did well to carry us along with the song giving us an ethereal atmosphere.
The song goes without a doubt to prove the credibility of Aramide and Timaya's talents and competence. They sounded so natural and experienced and they complimented each other well as jam compliments bread.

Negatives

For some reasons this song is not getting as much playtime as we would like.

Editor Rating
 
Lyrics
7.1

 
Vocals
10

 
Melody
10

 
Originality
8.1

 
Instrmentals/Beats
10

Total Score
6.7

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Lovely piece of song put together by Aramide and Timaya, it really was not an expected collaboration and they did well to kill it in our own books.
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