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Review: Tomi Agape – London

by on May 15, 2020
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2:46

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An experimental record

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2

 

British-Nigerian singer, Tomi Agape releases a new song titled, London. This is her second offering off her soon-to-be-released EP. London was produced by Juls.

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Tomi Agape's London sounds like the experimentation of creativity rather than sticking to the norm. Juls made a simple instrumental with a measured use of percussive instruments and just a two-line chord progression. Tomi Agape's delivery had that classic RnB vibe with a rap-esque flow, a little bit of patois, and that Afrobeats vibe that depicts an average British-African singer. London is a song about a city Tomi grew up in. She talks about her love for the city and her relentless grind in the city. The overall production was good and all elements of the record were perfectly balanced.

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Lyrics
7.3

 
Vocals
5.8

 
Melody
4.4

 
Originality
5.9

 
Instrmentals/Beats
4.9

Total Score
5.7

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This song still sounds unwavering and the fact that her topic was 'London' didn't help. Tell us what you think in the comment section.

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Melody

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Instrmentals/Beats