A song with ambiguous suggestive meanings
Duncan Mighty is one heck of a singer and his recent resurgence in the music industry He has been basically everywhere and the great thing is that the quality of his output has not declined. At a point in time, we were getting worried about him spreading himself too thin, but hey, the man is a professional and he proved us wrong.
Man Must Wack starts strongly baring its highlife nature from the very beginning of the song. None other than Duncan Mighty (perhaps the star of the song) does the intro of the song and we loved it. The intro managed to give us a peek of things to come in the song and it also kept us engaged to listen to the remaining parts of the song.
During the review, we enjoyed the satirical humour that was used for plot development. It did well to serve as some sort of comic relief for the song. This managed to even engage us more.
The melody of Man must wack is pure highlife from the beginning of the song to the very end. The highlife had strong influences from the Eastern/Southern regions of Nigeria. We loved the varied highlife sound in the song. From the more manly MC Galaxy sound to the smoother Harrysong's sound and even to the more sonorous Duncan Mighty song. It was a memorable and very tuneful affair for us. We loved every part of the song. The rhythm of the song is also well varied and measured. It combines well to give the song a good harmony.
The lyrics of "Man Must Wack" is filled with a lot of ambiguity and suggestive sexual innuendoes. This simply means the song is supposed to be rated R (18). Furthermore, it is advisable for the song to be censored, but then again, that will mean they will have to censor the whole song. Mc Galaxy and co managed to hide their suggestive sexual innuendoes behind the ambiguity of the context of the lyrics.