“Won ni ko sun seyin
Won ni ke sun seyin
If you no dey pay me my money move
Mz Kiss is becoming more prominent in the Music Industry, We recently reviewed one of her new songs titled Igara. You can listen to Igara also in that review. This song is strictly a street song. It is an interesting and infectious song, we found it fascinating to say the least. Let us dig into the review right away.
We enjoyed the beginning part of the song, the way the intro led to the song was a nice and buttery experience.
The melody of the song was indeed the best part of the song. It was a nice sound infused some different interesting sounds especially from Mz Kiss herself.
The vocals were clear, crisp and expressive. we could hear what they were both singing clearly without any distortion whatsoever.
The Instrumentals did well to make a good song even better. It was not competing with the song itself for attention as we are rather used to hearing these days. Rather, the instrumentals of the song were content being that able sidekick an hero will always need for backup.
The song itself has a very limited target audience. This is mainly due to the language barrier for the non-Yoruba speaking fans or potential fans. Furthermore, the song drew some subtle inspiration for its sound from the Fuji genre of music, Making it sound even more Yoruba even though the song falls into the genre of the fusion of Fuji and pop, hence, Fuji-Pop and Rap.
The song has been released for a little over a month now but we have not heard it once on any radio station (maybe we are just not tuning in at the right times?). It seems to be getting a really low publicity which makes us wonder about the quality of their PR Team working to get the song hyped