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Kizz Daniel Takes Away The Criticism Against Afro Pop’s Lyrical Content – ‘Jaho’ Review



Kizz Daniel Takes Away The Criticism Against Afro Pop Lyrical Content – 'Jaho' Review

On December 14th 2019, Kizz Daniel premiered a brand new vibe dubbed ‘Jaho’ to wrap up his musical year. The youngster has had an amazing year in 2019, his debut album ‘No Bad Songz’ released in 2018 has kept him busy all through the year.

To crown his efforts this year, the Flyboy boss shocks us with a new viral jam titled ‘Jaho’.

I was totally mesmerized listening to this jam. Kizz Daniel has never failed in delivery. Though he hasn’t been getting all the media attention he deserves, he has kept his game clean and straightforward.

‘Jaho’ is spiritual. The Flyboy INC boss pens down an emotional message from God. He stands as the promised prophet to counsel us on the importance of sticking to our path. He preaches self discovery and personal development.

‘…You the do as them the do, Oga do wetin you know
You better know who you are (x2)
As you come this life alone
Na so you leave this life alone…’

Kizz Daniel nails the message in his very first verse on the DJ Coublon produced beat. This could only be a prove of the rarity and originality of his lyrical composition. The angelic voice of his compliments the whole idea of the song.

‘Jaho’ is not just the jam for the season, its equally an evergreen song. I’m in love with the concept, the production and the delivery. I have not been a die-hard fan of Kizz but this could just win me over.

He successfully disorients the popular belief that afropop sounds lack lyrical contents.

Lyrics – 5/5
Production – 4/5
Performance – 4/5
Reviewed by Dat Kulgee

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  1. Seun Salam

    December 19, 2019 at 13:34

    The lyrics is soo on point

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