A timeless piece from Chuddy K
Chuddy K, the musician who by some miracle was sounding so similar to Wande Coal. Could it because they were in the same group called Salvation Boiz when they were both still fledgelings. As a matter of fact, they were the lead vocalists for the group. Perhaps their influence rubbed off on each other and they ended up drawing inspiration from each other. Gaga Crazy could be said to be Chuddy k’s biggest song ever. It was being sung basically everywhere and every party!
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"Go, Gaga, Go Gaga" an intro befitting the song. It was further buttressed by the impressive solo instrumental playing. From the intro of the song, you get a sense that the song is about to be a jam.
Don't bother coming here for deep lyrics, Gaga Crazy is a song that embodies its title lyrically. The lyrics of the song fits it like a pair of gloves will fit a rightly sized pair of hands. The song says; "Hey, let loose on the dancefloor, forget about all your inhibitors, demonstrate your crazy moves".
Chuddy K had always been blessed with an impressive vocal range and he did not waste any time to flex his vocal prowess. the vocals were just enough to make the song sound great and sound like a dance song also.
Gaga Crazy has a great melody, a pure Afropop genre with angular and rhythmic sounds. This piece is an intense expression and an excellent composition for sound dynamics, balance of tone and phrasing. The contrast in tone makes this piece a first-rate choice for a good concert opener.