Not a new song, but Parte After Parte by BigTril has been gaining massive exposure in Nigerian. The Ugandan rapper, BigTril self-produced this hip-hop record that has ruled the Nigerian airwave.
Everything about this song screams simplicity! This song shows that simplicity always wins. The beat was simple, consisting of just 3 major elements; the kick, the snare, and the xylophone melody that was played. BigTril laid a very simple yet comical chorus that became the highlight of the record. His flows and delivery on the verses were okay too.
Technically, there were a lot of things wrong with the song, but music has changed and Blueface's 'Thotiana' is a testament to that change and how relative music has become. The technicality of music seems to not be a big play anymore. It doesn't matter if the song was mixed, mastered, or well-produced anymore. People, especially the youth are okay with just the vibing to the idea of the music. I don't blame the artist either. Getting the technical aspect right ain't cheap and the economy is bad.