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Review: Mz Kiss – OwoNikoko

by on September 3, 2019
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Length

3:38

Plot Synopsis

A song that failed to make an impression on us

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2

 

SONIC EXPERIENCE!

Mzz Kiss the seeminly only consistent female rapper we have in Nigeria at the moment. She has a sound that tries to emulate the iconic indigenous rapper, D’agrin. While her style may have been heavily influenced by the late Dagrin, she was able to integrate her own personality into her music thereby producing an overall street sound. Owo nikoko is another street song in which emphases the importance of making money. She insists that money is what you basically use to do everything even to find love? join us as we review this song.

 

Positives

Owonikoko starts with an opening statement "Awon Egbe e nawo oni oni aidia, pele mia dia" Basically means "Your mates are spending more you are saying you have ideas". Then the song starts properly with instrumentals playing and Mz Kiss trademark intro.

Negatives

We were not impressed by the message of the song. It encourages an already money-hungry society that they cannot accomplish anything even love without money. We know that money is very important. However, when you start saying that you need money right now not ideas, that just sends the wrong messages. Seeing that the money being spent today was gotten from ideas that were generated yesterday,
To be honest, we were not really impressed by the melody and flow of the song. Mz Kiss has had a whole lot better songs in which her flows were better. This was a little bit below par and her usual standards. We just weren't feeling the song.

Editor Rating
 
Lyrics
4.4

 
Vocals
6.2

 
Melody
6.6

 
Originality
6.2

 
Instrmentals/Beats
7.2

Total Score
6.1

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At the end of the day, we ended up being disappointed by his new song. It didn't reach the heights we had projected it to

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