Nonso Amadi is currently working on a new project, whether it’s an album or just an Extended Playlist (EP), we are yet to know for sure. Comfortable, the song we are about to review is reportedly going to feature in the album. Comfortable is a love song in which he features Ghanaian rapper, Kwesi Arthur, except that he did not do much rapping in the song but more of dancehall/reggae singing.
Comfortable starts with a soothing piano tone and then some nice drum beats. The intro of the song gives the song this class-esque feeling.
Comfortable is a love song that talks about not getting comfortable falling in love, however, it fails to give a reason or motivation behind the advice.
Nonso Amadi has great vocals, the vocals of the song are one f the best parts of the song, we found it interesting during our music review. His rendition was great and so was Kwesi Arthur's
A blend of Rhythm and Blues and dancehall/reggae sounds is what this song is all about. We liked the way they actually fused together. The dancehall/reggae part of the song brought a new sound at a very much needed time.
While it is actually easy to tell that the song is a love song, it is actually difficult to follow the storyline of the song. This simply means the song has a poor lyrical structure.
Furthermore, it felt like the song lacked lyrical substance, there were a lot of repetitions in the song and it soon started getting boring for us, well after we realised this.