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Review: Zoro – Kulture

by on March 25, 2020
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Length

3:10

Plot Synopsis

A smooth blend of highlife music and hip-hop music.

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2

 

Nigerian indigenous rapper, Zoro starts the year off with a cultural song he dubbs, Kulture. The record was produced by 4 prolific producers, KezyKlef, Tspize, Skelly, and Major Bangz.

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Positives

Zoro tried to infuse hip-hop music with highlife, and it worked. Kulture is a song that combines the trap category of hip-hop with traditional high-life sound from the western part of Nigeria. The production was a great take of classical Igbo highlife music incorporating the use of polyrhythmic African drum patterns and some guitar loops. Zoro's delivery was on point, as he carved is way around the beat with his great flows. He inculcated the trap flow of hip-hop on the chorus while using regular flow on the verses.

Editor Rating
 
Lyrics
6.7

 
Vocals
7.1

 
Melody
7.2

 
Originality
7.2

 
Instrmentals/Beats
5.8

Total Score
6.8

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This is a nice blend of highlife music and hip-hop music. Give it a listen and tell us what you think in the comment section.

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