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Blaqbonez’s Sex Over Love exhibits preparedness and aesthetics [Review]

Blaqbonez’s Sex Over Love exhibits preparedness and artistic prowess.

Blaqbonez’s work rate in the short space of mainstream cannot be overestimated, Sex Over Love exhibits preparedness and a new genre recall.

Emeka Akumefule, Popularly known as Blaqbonez, is a Nigerian rapper and songwriter, he is signed to 100 Crowns, the official imprint of Chocolate City label.

Blaqbonez is simply the ringleaders of the new hip-hop and the poster boy for Hip-hop in the Nigerian music industry, especially at this difficult point in the hip-hop world.

Blaqbonez's Sex Over Love exhibits preparedness and aesthetics [Review]
Blaqbonez on Apple Music Now

Blaqbonez turned into a household name in Nigeria after his smash contagious single titled ‘Mamiwota’ featuring Oxlade, also releasing eight (8) EPs, a mixtape, and now a debut studio album ‘Sex Over love’ that has to diverge in and out of hip-hop, R&B, trap soul and afrobeat melody without questions.

Blaqbonez Sex and Love is undoubtedly going down as one of the best albums dropped in 2021

Blaqbonez's Sex Over Love exhibits preparedness and aesthetics [Review]
Sex Over Love Tracklist

Consequentially, On Sex Over Love, Blaqbonez created a background where he can sync with any kind of artiste, hence enlisting Nasty C, Tiwa Savage, Buju, Amaarae, Joeboy, Bad Boy Timz, A-Q, Psycho YP, Superboy Cheque, Laycon, and 1Da Banton.

Blaqbonez's Sex Over Love exhibits preparedness and aesthetics [Review]
Sex Over Love

However, ushering a mash-up intro with ‘Novane’ and ‘Heartbreaker’ a Nasty C assisted followed-up track was heavenly descending form, both created magical sync and trap on the beat.

Blaqbonez was a multiplex character on Sex Over Love, serving a Wizkid and altes strings in a piece.

Also, dishing out two single-worthy tracks like BBC Remix with Tiwa Savage and Bling with Buju & Amaarae

A-Q, Psycho YP, Laycon floated effortlessly on Zombie and produced an amazing hip-hop trap-infused joint.

Blaqbonez solo standout in ‘Okwaraji’ channeling the combination of his inner addictive vocals with hip-hop mastery level, looking already like a potential playlist hit cracker.

Ratings:


Production quality


Tracklisting


Songwriting


Intro


Outro

 85%


80%


80%


90%


90%

Mid = 0.00

Average = 0.01

Good = 2.5

Excellent = 2.5

Conclusion

Afrobeatsglobal gives the project an 85% (Very Excellent) General rating

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