Talented Nigerian Artiste and record producer, Omah Lay dropped Bad Influence a while back. Here’s the review:
The song started with a simple RnB progression, followed by a dancehall drum pattern that consisted of simple minimalistic percussion instruments. Omah Lay delivered smooth stellar vocals. Omah Lay stated in an interview with Kaylah Oniwo on CoolFM's Instagram live that Bad Influence was neither a love song nor a break-up song, but it was a song about his lifestyle when he first moved to Lagos from Port-Harcourt. The overall production of the record was great and the vocals were clear and audible. There was also perfect balance between the vocals and the instrumentals.