“Omo oba dey oo, it’s Tillaman”. We just could not help ourselves, we had to do that. Oh well, Tillaman is not very well known by a lot of people, however, he’s been around for a while releasing from one song to another.
The song starts with a series of drums followed by even more instrumentals and then Tillaman's vocal introduction.
If the melody of the song is not great, then it would have otherwise been a disgrace to call it a dance song. however, luckily, Tillaman came through an interesting and memorable melody. We enjoyed the rhythm that was controlled by the sensuous flow of the drums throughout the song.
You will not find anything deep in the song, it lacks any lyrical depth whatsoever. However, the song was not intended for that, it is a dance song, so it was always going to have light lyrics. However, we cannot help but notice that the lyrics are way too light and also repetitive, basically, he had nothing else to say than "gbese"
To be honest, the song did not really make us want to start dancing until we started thinking about dancing. I mean a dance song should make you dance without having to think about dancing no?