Category: Album Reviews

Playboy Review: Fireboy Balances African Sounds With The Caribbean’s.

“My life dey make more sense as I get older//if life na war, then I be soldier…” are the proclamations Fireboy uses to crack open his third studio project on the song, Change. The screams of “hoo” immediately after the…

Majeed Portrays The “Thick & Thin” Of Romance On Bitter Sweet EP

(Written by Adewale S. Adekunle) Nobody has it ideal when it comes to a love affair. There isn’t a perfect romantic relationship; rather, there are only two flawed people who have differing perspectives on how to make things perfect. Every…

Review: Asake Rides On The Wings Of Sticky Hooks For The Success Of Ololade EP

(Written by Adewale S. Adekunle) Formerly a performing dancer, Asake’s musical journey started at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, when he released Joor Ah, a song that became an instant hit on campus while he was still a student in…

REVIEW: Kpanto Drops Below What’s Expected On Son of the Soil.

(Written by Ayouba Toure) Franklin Edward Tamba Harris, professionally known as Kpanto, is the most sought after artiste in Liberia at the moment. He is dominating every available chart with his uptempo songs. What sets him apart from the crowd…

Review: Victony Tilts Towards Motif At The Expense Of Varieties On Outlaw EP

(Written by Adewale S. Adekunle) Life is truly a bundle of contradictions. One minute you are having the best time of your life and the next minute, something unexpected happens and that best time is ruined, leaving you with a…