Ko Posible is a new song from Oluwadolarz (in case you are wondering, yes that literally means Oluwa dollars) featuring Surulere crooner Demmie Vee, Oladips and producer Soundz. Ko possible is a song filled with impossible comic reliefs/scenarios and it is a crisscross between Afropop, RNB and even Hip Hop.
Ko Possible starts with a rather erm not so refined word, however, the intro of the song is actually nice. Demmie vee's part in the intro added some additional spice to the song.
Ko possible is a song that literally lays out a couple of not so possible scenarios and then they go ahead to reinforce that it is actually impossible. However, the song managed to contradict itself especially in Demmie Vee's part in which he said nothing was impossible and even encouraged people to try to achieve that that seems impossible.
Thye only vocal performance that resonated with us in this song is Demmie Vee's part. O, boy! We sure love hearing Demmie Vee sing.
Demmie The melody of the song varies between Afropop, RnB and then Hip Hop. It doesn't seem like the genres blended well and it sounded more like a mashup than an actual blend,
Demmie Vee's part once again was the highlight of the song and that was probably the only part of the song we enjoyed.
The message of the song contradict each other especially Olawdorlaz's part and Demie Vee's, the messages are an antithesis to each other.
The song itself doesn't really have meaningful lyrics apart from all the comic impossible scenarios. Well, that should be expected right especially as this song was sung majorly by a comedian (Yes Oluwadolarz is a comedian, on Instagram specifically for those that do not know.)
The melody of the song varies between Afropop, RnB and then Hip Hop. It doesn't seem like the genres blended well and it sounded more like a mashup than an actual blend.
A melody that should have sounded great ended up sounding like a caricature with poor head, decent body and a not so great pair of legs. At the end of the day, Demmie Vee's part of the melody was not enough to offset the general sound and make it sound good enough.