Dremo seems to want to end the year on a good note as he serves us a new holiday gift in form of a record titled, Chairman. The afro-pop record was produced by Benjamz.
Benjamz made a bop beat. It was a blend of Afro-pop and DJ Maphorisa-esque afro-house. The song is very danceable. The plot of the song was okay, but quite common these days. Lyrically, we've known Dremo to be very good. His unique flows and delivery were top notch.
The song was dull from the beginning to the end. There was no oomph at all. The shambolic melody didn't help matters. There were a lot of stops and rolls in the song that made the song seem indecisive. I can't be dancing and all of a sudden, the beat cuts. At the end of the song, Benjamz added his producer tag, "This beat ain't normal" and he was right. It isn't normal at all. The was no definitive rhythm and the whole song sounded scattered and distorted.