Author: Adeola Juwon
Adeola Juwon is a Nigerian Writer, Poet and Art Critic whose works have appeared on or forthcoming in Kalahari Review, Kreative Diadem, Lagos Review, EroGospel and elsewhere. He considers himself a connoisseur of African Music, and he adores the Oxford Comma.
This song is worship in all the sense of the word
The lady with big buttocks is now an object of jest
2020 has been a year of great music releases in Nigeria. Did Reekado Banks’ new EP come through as well?
2020 is the year of EPs and singles below three minutes — artists have realised that less is best and are all taking advantage of this.
Is Burna Boy, the African Giant, twice as tall?
There’s a sprinkling of humour and a happily forever after for the romantics.
The first song on the EP, ‘Vibes’, on which he featured his daughters, was a decent delivery.
A deliberate and successful attempt at inferior art. It doesn’t fall into any genre.
Not novel in any way—the plot that is—but the story gets intensely emotive as it progresses making one forgive its preachy undertone.
I for one had written the young sensation off thinking he’d gone the route of many young talents— stars that shine early and went dim before dusk.
…everything NM touched becomes gold, every controversy that came his way was shooting him up for something greater. He dropped hits upon hits.