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HARRYSONG – RIGHT ABOUT NOW (EP REVIEW)

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Right about now album review via Karinaiblog.com.ng

Right about now album review via Karinaiblog.com.ng

INTRODUCTION:

Harrysong, popular singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist at a recent house party in Lagos released a new album – ‘Right About Now’ Extended Play (EP).

The nine-track album produced by Dalorbeats shows the versatility of Harrysong. Like the Album cover listening to this EP feels like a concert as it features Davido, Stoneboy, Tufan, Hiro, and Rudeboy.

REVIEW IN ORDER OF SONGS ON THE EP

Kumbaya (INTRO): on this song, the isioma crooner expresses his gratitude to the most high God, He also passes a message to his fans and everyone to keep faith, keep moving and don’t stop believing as he recounts his transformation from being a Diobu boy in Port Harcourt to going places Right About Now.

Falling For You: feels more like a freestyle and sounds like the usual Harrysong we know.

E be you: Listening to this song, reminds me of Klint da Drunk’s joke about how to make reggae music 😂. Harrysong made his own reggae music on this track.

Isioma: Well, this dance track was released before now as a single, where the singer professed his love for a lady called Isioma.

Bum Bum Bum: On this track, Harrysong and Davido both blended beautifully to create a melody you can put on repeat.

Konna ft Rudeboy: The song has a South African chorus feel and is about a girl who is alleged to be player. She’s in a relationship with both Harrysong and Rudeboy, who according to the song happens to be brothers. Unknown to the two brothers, she enjoys their wealth and constantly reminds them to keep their individual relationship a secret. However, after finding out that they’ve been played by the same girl, Harrysong tells her that she will have to pay one way or the other.

Deliver Me ft Hiro: A perfect blend of Afropop and maybe techno-soukous or Congolese rumba. On this song the alter plate boss pleads with a girl based in the city to come deliver him. Hiro briefly blessed the song with his vocals.

Harrysong via karinaiblog.com.ng

 

Apianko: “Apianko” which is the catch word/phrase, is used to explain the feeling he has when he see a beautiful looking lady. He uses the song to talk about how beautiful and hypnotizing the looks of the lady he is singing about. He also uses the song to celebrate Nigerian and Ghanaian women. On the song he features Ghanian star and BHIM Nation Boss, Stonebwoy.

Oppressor: this track which is my least favourite features Toofan and talks about his dominance in the music industry. Bragging about how good he is in turning up good music, he claims that many people are always asking him of his creative formula. He outlines that it’s all about hard work and persistence in improving the craft of making music.

CONCLUSION

Some of the songs may become hit songs depending on the promotion of the songs. Also his ability to extend his tentacles to other African country will build him a larger fan base.

 

Written By: Israel father George
Instagram: @GEORGE_XML

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