Peruzzi had been seemingly quiet for a while in the Nigerian music secne. Unfortunately the Nigerian music scene is such that if you go 3 – 6 months without releasing a new song especially for a relatively new musician is considered being quiet. Nana was released few days ago and we have to say, from the first time we listened to the song, we were slightly hooked. Peruzzi just reminded us that he’s without a doubt a talented singer.
The intro instrumental face the sing this reggae vibe. Then Peruzzi's intro vocals were great. It felt like we were listening to a very accomplished musician. We could hear the confidence in his voice from the very beginning of the song.
The lyrics of the song makes it clear that it is a love song. The song is expressive and quite evocative. If you're currently in love, especially new love, you'd definitely be moved. In fact you may be tempted to Memorise the song in order to sing it to the potential love of your life. Just make sure you have the voice to match so you won't murder your chances before you even get started. The plot development got us engaged and on the same wavelength as Peruzzi. We were totally feeling is vibe.
The vocals of Peruzzi in Nana had to be one of his finest worksbin terms of richness of sounds. We liked his performance. He managed to seemingly convince us further, you know, that extra nudge for those that were immune to the lyrics. At this point, it would be difficult to replicate this vocal performance so if you want to sing this son, just scrap the idea and play the song to the potential love of your life. You stand a better chance that way.
Unto the melody; the melody is a rich blend of classic reggae and a little bit of Afropop here and there. It produced a really alluring sounds to our hears. Surely, at this point, you should no longer be immune to the sound of this song. It is an exquisite beauty to listen to! The way both genres fused together without us noticing (we only noticed because we were looking/listening attentively).
Less is more and that is the simple beauty of the instrumentals of the song. This is one the quietest instrumentals we have listened to in a contemporary Nigerian song and we loved it that way. The quiet beat made even a bigger impression in the overall song than a louder beat would have made.