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Review: DaPiano ft Wande coal – Sanwo-Olu

by on October 20, 2019
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Length

03:33

Plot Synopsis

Afro-pop

Verses

2

 

Veterian producer Oladayo Oladeru popularly known as Dapiano team up with black diamond singer Wande Coal, he gives us this mid-tempo song which he named after the present Governor of Lagos state “Sanwo-Olu”.

Positives

I hurriedly downloaded this song when I read it featured one of our finest vocalists Wande coal. Dapaino is known for his unique afro-beat sounds and his organized sounds, Wande coal on the other-hand never disappoints when it comes to delivery on afro-beats. The 100bpm instrumental starts with guitar notes alongside African percussions and then Wande coal vocals leading the way. Dapiano did a good one on the instrumental by making it easy and groovy for Wande coal to romance his vocals on it.
The song generally tells us to appreciate ourselves in any situation.

Negatives

The guitar notes played at the first ten seconds and later through the song is a copied version of Reekado Banks Standard instrumental and will be a big turn off to most listeners as there it is nothing new. Dapiano’s creativity on the instrumental is low as it can be argued to be a slow version of Reekado Banks Standard.
The name of the song and the lyrics do not correlate creatively. Wande coal lyrics on this one was very shallow, he kept repeating words. In general, this song can be simply put “a lazy song”. There is no unique identifying factor.

Editor Rating
 
Lyrics
5.0

 
Vocals
5.5

 
Melody
4.6

 
Originality
4.0

 
Instrmentals/Beats
5.5

Total Score
4.9

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A song you play to while away time!

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