A Song That HIghlights The Materialistic side of most relationships
Dear Studio Magic and Ajebutter22, we really do not know what you were both hoping to achieve with this song. I mean we get you have quite a peculiar and unique style of music but this song is just not it. We lost interest, focus and we did not care for the song much really. However, we had to painstakingly listen to the song all through the review. Okay, it was probably not that bad, however, it was not what we expected at all.
We were reminded strongly of the early 2000s by the intro instrumentals. The song had this early RnB sound.
The lyrics of the song is nothing to write home about. The message the song is trying to pass across did seem rather shallow and it seemed like they were encouraging materialism.
The vocals of the song were clear enough for us to hear what they were singing about. Apart from that, it was nothing special at all.
The instrumentals of the song is at least well varied and decent.
The melody of the song is not something we enjoyed. If you can manage to get the melody of a song wrong, chances are that you have messed up the song as even the Harmony of the song will be poor. Although we realise Ajebutter22 has a different and unique style of singing, this time it just felt all wrong. We just weren't feeling it.