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Review: Sean Tizzle – Pempe

by on February 1, 2019
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Length

3:02

Plot Synopsis

A love song

Verses

2

 

SONIC EXPERIENCE!

“Yeah worr worr yeah frigbem gbem
Anywhere you go I go follow
baby girl you Know you be the real one
Girl your body shine like ororo (chiiiiii)
(Pempe)
Girl you got a smile I could live for
Girl you got a body I could kill for
See!!! every other man wey go come for ya na na na
Girl you a murderer
And everytime wey you step inna the place everywhere Go catch fire
girl you a murderer, girl is a murderer!!!”

Tizzle Nation founder (it appears every musician have their own record label these days) Sean Tizzle released this song sometime last year. We had been wondering why he was silent for years not knowing he indeed has been active, heck! He even has an EP, titled “Take Off”. In Pempe, he sings about a particular girl he likes.

 

 

Positives

The song starts with a piano like instrumental. Sean Tizzle went ahead to start singing in what was a seamless intro.
The melody of the song is nice. We enjoyed the slow-paced afro-pop sound throughout the song. It did well to create an interesting Harmony with the rhythm of the song.
The instrumentals of the song make for an interesting Rhythm. The instrumentals did well to compliment the song without crying for attention itself.

Negatives

We are made to know that the girl that is driving him crazy has a banging body because he said that for a prolonged time in the song. Apart from that nothing else in the lyrics.
Sean Tizzle's vocal rendition is not all that bad but we have seriously heard way better from him. He did seem too relaxed: could this be as a result of maturity or just something else entirely. We miss the energetic and expressive Sean Tizzle. He gave us joy and carried us along.

Editor Rating
 
Lyrics
6.1

 
Vocals
6.3

 
Melody
7.2

 
Originality
5.9

 
Instrmentals/Beats
6.6

Total Score
6.4

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It appears every musician has a record label these days and we feel it's part of what is affecting their longevity in the industry. We believe if they did pool their resources together, say like five to ten musicians, they have a better chance at surviving than with their single record labels

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