We would all agree that Kizz Daniel is a typical case study of the fact that every artist doesn’t have to stick in our faces buzzing, fuzzing, and hollering before they have an effect.
Nobody even has a clue about him but if you study his social media presence well enough (or where else do we check up celebrities’ lifestyle?), you will see clearly that the Woju Singer seldomly comes out without something new in the box.
His timely appearances and sparing rapport with the world distinguishes him, speaks a lot about his level-headedness, and defines him differently in the game.
All this English is to announce that Kizz Daniel’s full moon has shone again with yet another new anthem titled ‘Flex’ and we are here to talk about it.
Drag a seat…
Kizz Daniel – Flex (Review of Sound, Lyrics, Tune, Vibe, and Musical Identity)
6 seconds into Flex by Kizz Daniel produced by Coublon started off with a little sprinkle of country tune but strong enough to hide the Afrobeats Vado jumped on.
Both the producer and singer of this sound need to share the secret of how they pulled that off before talking about the pure Afrobeats instrumentals we were treated to on the track for 3mins. 7seconds.
This takes us back on the history of Woju created by this duo 8 years ago, the growth is glaring in every bit.
The inspiration of ‘Flex’ is nowhere hidden on the track – even a deaf man can tell it is a pure form of Fela song we would have had in 2021 if the legend was alive.
We can go on to say Kizz Daniel reincarnated Abami Eda in his own elements. The deep infusion of Fela’s style and lavish instrumentals is so surreal on the track.
The ‘Call and Response’ effect is another typical pattern of Fela not to mention the rhyming about touching any hot lady with the gracious buttocks in the last two lines of the first verse.
Shey make I come your place (Yes)
Shey Hennessy go dey (Yes)
What about the babe (Yes)
Babe from UK
Shey won ma le mi lole (No!)
Timba fa gobe (No!)
Can I touch any kele
Kele to ni ikebe
The following stanza depicts a blend of Lagos social life relating to both the Island and Mainland where the Fela Shrine is seated.
Island boys (Yes)
Wey dey carry boys (Yes)
Shey dem get money
My kind money
Oluwa lo ni ganja
Iwin lo ni gbonla
Vado lo ni vibes
Fela lo ni shrine
The whole lyrics turned out relatable as it should be and it made up quite a vibe.
Kizz Daniel – Flex is another way to reiterate that no bad song comes out of the singer and we can’t seem to learn this enough.
We will talk about the quality of this song in some years to come when we can weigh how it’s been retained over time.
As we wrap up the review, can doff our hat for Coublon‘s 15seconds instrumental performance at exactly 1:25 timing of the song? That was excellent!
For the wrap, we couldn’t resist saying that Kizz Daniel always had to show off he’s got an amazing voice.
Take it from here
Flex By Kizz Daniel – Do You Think Anything Is Missing In The Vibe Of The Song Produced By Coublon?
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