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Review: Crayon -Kpano

by on February 11, 2020
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2:21

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A groovy afro-pop record

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2

 

Mavin Global’s signee, Crayon is back with a new banger this decade titled, Kpano. The record was produced by the usual suspect, Ozedikus.

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Positives

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

Negatives

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.

Editor Rating
 
Lyrics
3.8

 
Vocals
7.7

 
Melody
6.8

 
Originality
7.2

 
Instrmentals/Beats
8.1

Total Score
6.7

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A sweet afro-pop record with no lyrical content, but still a vibe.

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