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Review: Orezi – Weke

by on November 5, 2018
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Length

3:14

Plot Synopsis

A Thirst Trap Song

Verses

2

 

“Girl The way you whine, way you whine, just dey whine am dey go
Girl the way you whine, way you whine,
You dey make me miss control oh (Omote)”

This song is talking about “sexy girls” and well, their body parts. The video is a colourful display of girls and their different behinds in skimpy shorts.

 

Positives

We do not have much to say about this song. We did enjoy the beat of the song is really distinctive, it was perhaps what we enjoyed most about the song. It kept us interested in an otherwise, bland and uninspiring song. The instrumentals did well to determine the rhythm of the song, it was well balanced and compelling.
The video was colourful, we doubt the song will be able to retain any modicum of relevance had it not been for the video of the song.

Negatives

The song is uninspiring, Orezi hoped we will be so engrossed by the variations of behinds oscillating in the video that we would not notice the glaring gap in actual quality and depth of the song.
We tried listening to the song without watching the video and we were not really interested. As a matter of fact, we could only finish listening to the song because we had to review the song.

Editor Rating
 
Lyrics
2.5

 
Vocals
6.3

 
Melody
5.5

 
Originality
5.0

 
Instrmentals/Beats
7.0

Total Score
5.3

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Lyrics
1.4

 
Vocals

 
Melody

 
Originality

 
Instrmentals/Beats
7.4

User Score
4.4

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Bottom Line
 

This song at best is a thirst trap, we did not see any meaning in the song, except that Orezi is really intrigued by the behinds of girls.
This song will not make it to our backup playlist if we had one, after today, I am not sure I want to listen to the song again, at least not the audio version anyway. The video is still tolerable (wink)
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