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REVIEW: SADE BLAQ – OJUMI RIRE

by on October 30, 2019
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Length

03:19

Plot Synopsis

Afrobeat

Verses

2

 

Do you remember an artist who did a cover of Adekunle Gold’s Sade titled ‘Ade’? Her name is Sade blaq, Philex Records act Sade Blaq links up with super producer/mix engineer Tee-y mix as she comes up with this track titled ‘Ojumi Rire’

Positives

The 108bpm instrumental produced by tee-y mix is a cool and well-arranged instrumental accompanied by well-arranged lyrics. The song starts with some shakers alongside a cool instrument and Sade’s vocal chanting some words with lots of reverb making it spiritual, lol.
Sade employs the use of both English and African traditional language, Yoruba, making it indigenous and original. The song when translated, simply means my eyes see goodness, my life see goodness. The song, in general, depicts the true African music

Negatives

When you listen to this track from afar, you might think it’s a religious track. The song sounds like a Ty Bello’s track and similar vocals with Ty Bello.

Editor Rating
 
Lyrics
7.6

 
Vocals
8.6

 
Melody
7.5

 
Originality
7.9

 
Instrmentals/Beats
7.6

Total Score
7.8

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Something unusual, Original sound, amazing vocals!

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