Gbedu is a song by singer and producer Demola which features one Africa’s biggest artist, Davido. Demola seemed quite happy on this track as he released the visuals directed by Mr. Moe Musa.
The Afro-pop track produced by Demola himself has a heavy kick, bass, and brass in the instrumentation. The 115bpm song starts with the drums and bass already in play and Demola vocals leading us through the song. Davido tried bringing the song to life with his energetic vocals. The song talks about the audience feeling the groove or the Gbedu as it is in this case.
It was as if Davido was blackmailed into doing this song with Demola. This style of music was what was been used in the early 2000s. How does someone release this kind of music in 2019? It was very obvious that Davido wasn’t feeling the groove, as he barely sang up to 16bars on the song. Demola featured Davido just for the hype of the song.
The song has nothing new, no creative technique or style, just some bass and synths making noise in the song.