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Review: Fireboy – Vibration

by on December 2, 2019
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3:19

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A sweet afro-pop music

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2

 

In the early hours of Friday the 29th of November, Fireboy dropped his anticipated album, Laughter, Tears & Goosebumps. The album has been gaining tracts since its release and it has taken over the charts. Vibrate is the second track on the album. The afro-pop record was produced by Wicked.

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Vibration has a very beautiful beat with surreal vibes. It started with shakers, followed by a sweet roll that prepared us for the grooviness that was about to come. The EDM-esque chord progression was the highlight of the song. Wicked played very wicked and infectious minor chord progressions. The afro drum pattern helped drive the song. The beat won the whole song. It's the type of beat that doesn't need dope singing. Just monotonic melodies that sit well on a minor progression.
Fireboy's delivery was okay. He rhythmically cruise through the beat with smooth monotonious melody and a lot of staccato singing. There wasn't so much going on vocally, but the vibe of the instrumental gave it that good vibration it needed.

Editor Rating
 
Lyrics
4.3

 
Vocals
5.8

 
Melody
5.9

 
Originality
7.3

 
Instrmentals/Beats
7.8

Total Score
6.2

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