B-Red doesn’t seem to be relenting anytime soon as he releases another record titled, Dance. The record features fellow label mate, Mayorkun, and was produced by Magic Boi.
Read the review below:
Magic Boi made a bouncy Afro-pop instrumental with sweet highlife guitar melodies and a dancehall-esque Afro drums. The instrumental was simple and groovy, making it a danceable tune.
When the song started with the guitar riffs, I was expecting a nice tune, but everything went wrong as B-Red started singing. Almost everything was wrong with this record and If I decide to rant, you might be reading a long review. I'll just point out a few majors.
First off, the attack of the first vocal just took me off. How do you start a song with that? It sounded like a JSS 2 student trying to solve a dy/dx problem and the first thing the student writes is "Speed = Velocity x Time." If that didn't make sense to you, that's exactly how this song feels.
The melody choice, the delivery, the lyricism, everything was just off. When it got to the middle of the song, it just sounded like they started all over. Everything about the song screamed negligence and laziness. The worst part of the song was the overall production, especially the mixing and mastering. If that part was good, it would have been a saving grace, to be honest. The question is who are the people on his team and how did they all agree to the release of this record?