Mavin Global’s signee, Crayon is back with a new banger this decade titled, Kpano. The record was produced by the usual suspect, Ozedikus.
Ozedikus made a very groovy minor inclined instrumental, heavily influenced by Afrobeat and afro-pop. The instrumental was amazing and almost didn't need any vocals to shine. Crayon delivered very audible vocals, singing scintillating monotonic melodies and ear-catching scat-singing. The gibberish he uttered made the song a little sweeter. The overall production of the song was clean and the mixing was great
The lack of lyrical content seems to be the order of the day for afro-pop artiste. It's beginning to be a norm in the Nigerian music scene. It is probably a hidden crime to push lyricism in afro-pop. You rather just vibe on the instrumental. Well, this song was no different.