Friday 25 November 2016

#AHMusicReview: Absolute Hearts Music Review

Good day our esteem and loyal readers, today we are please to inform you that your favourite music review Absolute Hearts Music Review is back on air. Yes ooo your number one music review show would now air on every Friday by 12:30pm (W.A.T). We now also have another segment on the review called the Everygreen. The Evergreen segment seeks to celebrate old songs that still rocks in our minds... Remember to follow the review on social media with the hashtag #AHMusicReview

So make sure you log on to every Friday 12:30 (W.A.T) as we promise to give you a show like never before. So without further ado below is the songs we are reviewing this week:

1.      Ajebutter22 –Lagos Big Boy: If you doubted it before I am sure by now you would agree that Ajebutter22's vacation from the music scene is over. After making his return into the music industry this year, he has continued to give us those decent songs that we know him for and this song is another prove of that. The rating of this song would be 8/10.  (Nigeria)

2.      Aramide Ft Koker X Sound Sultan - Funmi Olowo Remix: First of, let me say this with all authority, this song didn’t need any remix because the original version would always be a hit song but that is not to take anything away from this remix. Koker didn’t really do well or maybe I was expecting much. Sound Sultan really came through and I would say he made this remix worth listening to. The rating would be 8/10. (Nigeria)

3.      Babes Wodum ft Dbanj X Mampintsh -Wololo_Remix: Okay I have to confess, I am really digging this South African sound, Babes Wodum, Dbanj and Mampintsh all did perfectly well though I didn’t hear the original version of this song but I must say I am enjoying this remix very much and the rating would be 9/10. (South Africa/Nigeria)

4.      Buffalo Souljah – My Lady: This is one South African act that is not taking it easy at all, since his break through into the industry, he as continued to dish out decent songs and this is definitely another decent song. The rating would be 8/10. (South Africa)

5.      D-banj –Focus: Okay I am very confused about this song. Not that the song isn’t good, in fact it's a decent song, I love the chorus and also the beat but there is just something about the song that isn’t making me feel it the way I am supposed to but like I said this isn’t a bad effort from D’banj and the rating would be 7/10. (Nigeria)

6.      Diamond Platnumz ft Neyo - I Will Marry You: This song would have been a very perfect song if only the production was right, I mean that fact that Neyo was featured on this song says a lot but then again the producer got it wrong. The instrumental was very fast and it was obvious at the beginning which made it look as if Neyo was rushing. If they had just reduced the tempo at the beginning. this song would have been perfect but this doesn’t mean we should trash this song I just had to point that out, the rating would be 7/10.

7.      Seriki -Six In Da Morning: Seriki returns with another powerful jam and I must say he did well. If there is one thing that baffles me about Seriki it's about how well he has grown and how he has always continued to drop decent songs again and again, the rating for this lovely street song would be 7/10. (Nigeria)

8.      Pepenazi ft Reminisce X Falz –I Aint Got No Time-Remix: This is another song that didn’t need any remix because the original was already an hit song though that wasn’t to say that this remix is bad, I mean how can it be bad when you have Reminisce and Falz on it. The rating would be 8/10. (Nigeria)

9.      Radio Weasel-Plenty-Plenty: Every since I started listening to this guys I haven’t been disappointed, the Ugandan artistes have continue to put themselves on the music map across Africa and this song is just to confirm the fact that they aren’t slowing down any time soon. The rating would be 7/10. (Uganda)

10.  Oladips - Rapture: After dropping the remix to his hit song Champagne with Lil Kesh, Oladips returns with another jam titled Rapture. This is a typical Oladips' pattern so I am not surprised with the fact that he came hard on this track, the rating would be 8/10. (Nigeria)

11.  Terry Apala - Omidan: I very much feel for Terry Apala because this is one artiste that has been around for some time now but we haven’t heard much from him but this year has proven to be his year as he has been everywhere literally and this song shows how hard he has been working. The rating would be 7/10. (Nigeria)

This week's Evergreen is Zamina mina (Zangalewa) by Golden Sounds A Cameroonian Dance Group and it was released in 1986. The song was so popular that many artists remixed the song including top American/Spanish songstress Shakira, which she sang during the 2010 FIFA World cup.

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