Phyno Fino is releasing a new album on the fourth of September. What I see is a buid up to this release. This song employs the pure use of undiluted Igbo-highlife music. A lot better than the previous distater we just reviewed few minutes ago.
The song starts like a typical Igbo-highlife song. From the beginning of the song we had expected the song to be sung in Igbo throughout but imagine our surprise when we realised they were actually singing in English.
The message of the song is all about positivity. It evoked feelings of love, gratitude and appreciation. Of course they were also able to evoke the desire to to become a "big man". The song does have a decent lyrical structure and the plot development managed to keep us engrossed and engaged.
The vocals of the song is clear and crisp. While they may not be recahing some high ranges, they still did a decent job especially Duncan Mighty.
What I see has pure Southern and Eastern highlife sounds rolled up into one beautiful sound. We were tempted to start swaying our handkerchieves and legs in the normal rhythmic dance peculiar to the Eastern parts of Nigeria. We absolutelyobed the richness of the traditionql sounds integrated into the song.
Even the instrumentals of the song is a blend of Igbo instruments playing. Rhythmic and evocative.