Dice Ailes released an afro-pop record a while back titled, Pim Pim. The record features Olamide and was produced by Cracker Mallo.
Read the review below:
Cracker Mallo made a mid-tempo afro-pop instrumental with subtle dancehall vibes. The instrumental was a smooth blend of dancehall drum patterns with afro-pop minor melodies that became so infectious as the song went on. Dice Ailes delivered his unique trap-esque afro-pop style. His tiny yet raspy vocals and his unique melody choices did justice to the Cracker Mallo instrumental. Olamide delivered a good rap verse. It sounded like the Olamide we used to know, but in a calmer and matured manner. It could be because the record was more sensual than aggressive. The overall production was great and the vocals were clear and audible.