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Review: Kizz Daniel – Time No Dey

by on June 19, 2019
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Length

2:49

Plot Synopsis

A song filled with more beat than actual singing

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2

 

SONIC EXPERIENCE!

Kizz Daniel’s No Bad Songz claims to have no bad songz, well, time will tell when we do review the album. Time no dey is a groovy song with strong Afropop influence. Time no dey literally means there is no time. We can ascertain that in this song he is talking about a certain girl and how he wants her to be his like yesterday!

 

 

Positives

Time no dey starts with an interesting array of instrumentals, from drums to pianos and even saxophone. We liked the unique sound from the combination of these songs.
The vocals of the song are at least decent. That seemed to be the only redeeming quality of the song but seeing as Kizz Daniel did not sing much, we found it difficult to actually enjoy his vocal renditions.
The melody of the song is mostly sung with the Afropop genre of music.
Time no dey does have impressive instrumentals, we did find the beat interesting, it maintained a nice tempo and a good rhythm.

Negatives

Time no dey lacks any lyrical depth and meaning. In Fact, it took us a while to actually try to get what he was trying to talk about. All in all this song will not be earning any extra points from lyrics. Even the structure of the lyrics are horrible, no proper plot development.
We could also hardly miss the actual lack of lyrics, we realised that Kizz Daniel was just repeating "Choco, choco, choco" "Time no dey" and that was just about it.

Editor Rating
 
Lyrics
4.1

 
Vocals
6.9

 
Melody
6.1

 
Originality
5.2

 
Instrmentals/Beats
7.9

Total Score
6.0

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If you want a song you can listen to without actually hearing much singing but more of the beat, then this is the song for. Zero lyrics and even the melody suffers.
Ouch! Seems like there is already a bad song on your showboating "No Bad Songz" album Kizz Daniel. On the bright side, the song is at least not horrible.

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