Mr P has no plans of being outdone by his twin brother, Rudeboy Rudeboy had been releasing singles back to back in the last few months and we have to confess we have been enjoying his presence. Most especially his latest track, Audio Money. Karma by Mr p was released on the 29th of September. The song is dominated by a heavy beat reminiscent of Danger by P-Square.
Karma starts with a very strong beat. There was really not an intro in the song; Mr P just started singing right off the bat.
The good thing is no matter how badly written a song is, any member of the now-defunct P Square can sure sing. They still show a semblance of the vocal prowess that made them once dominate the Nigerian music scene via their Afropop/RnB lovy dovy songs and electric dance moves. The same can be said for this song. Mr P still managed to sing with decent vocals.
We liked the beat of the song. Although it's a touch too loud for us but the dynamics and the groovy feeling that it gave the song made it worthwhile after all.
We were really not impressed by the lyrics of the song. It appears Mr P did not take his time to write the lyrics of the song. I mean if you know that that is not your forte in the first place you have no business writing something that can be likened to a nursery rhyme. Scrap that it is an insult to compare the lyrics of this song to nursery rhymes that are beautifully and well written. There just wasn't an iota of substance in the song. The lines were too repititive. Poor lyrical structure and non-existent plot development.
The melody of the song is a bitter-sweet experience for us. It is more of a bitter experience really. The melody ended up being bland and we were just not feeling the groove of the song,