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Review: Idowest x Davido – Ji Masun

by on October 19, 2018
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Length

3:35

Plot Synopsis

A dance song especially for those that enjoy shaku shaku

Verses

2

 

Ji Masun- Ji Ji; Ji Masun- Ji Ji
White Bentley on the highway
Ji Masun- Ji Ji; Ji Masun- Ji Ji
Dance funwon lori pj
Ji Masun- Ji Ji; Ji Masun- Ji Ji

The DMW crew is at it again, Davido seems to be working really hard to ensure these boys get the desired fame and success. He always seems to appear on one single or the other with them and that is a good thing, his support for the artistes signed under his record label is unparalleled. This new song is basically telling the audience and fans to not sleep on it, we really do not know what they are asking us not to sleep on? Perhaps they are asking us not to sleep on the Shaku Shaku moves?
Positives

Davido is a good singer and it is once again apparent in this song, we could practically hear his passion and dedication in his expressive vocals.
The song is a good dance song, it really got us in the mood to dance shaku shaku so we do believe the song has achieved its purpose, after all, Idowest proclaimed himself the king of Shaku Shaku.
FreshVDMdid a good one on the beat, it was surprisingly not too loud and well balanced.
The video also did well to compliment the song and further let us know what the song is about.

Negatives

While we love a great dancing song, Ji Masun is far from being a great song, we feel it is not memorable enough and it was way too many repetitive lines.
Furthermore, the song has way too much Yoruba in it, that would be a problem for those that do not understand Yoruba, it will mean this song may only be enjoyable to those that understand what Idowest was saying.
It also feels like Idowest was just everywhere and we do not mean in a good way, we mean like he was not well coordinated, perhaps because he tried to put too much of street style in the song?

Editor Rating
 
Lyrics
4.9

 
Vocals
10

 
Melody
10

 
Originality
7.1

 
Instrmentals/Beats
10

Total Score
5.7

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Bottom Line
 

This is at best a decent SHaku Shaku dance song but we do not see it becoming an anthem or the go-to song for dancers to use to practise their choreography/dance moves.

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