Rema exploit his element on ‘Raves & Roses’ debut album [Review]
Critical review on Rema exploit his element on ‘Raves & Roses’ debut album.
In the year 2018 when Divine Irabor signed on to Mavin Records, Prince described the teenager as a craftsman whose work need to be heard at home and abroad, and here is why Rema exploited his element on ‘Raves & Roses’ debut album.
Years later, the then-teenage boy is now standing tall on the international stage and his newly released debut album shows he is here to stay.
Throughout every song on the album, Rema took his listeners on an entertaining spellbound journey with his different encapsulating sounds.
The first track on the album sees him talking about his struggles and pain, the loss of his Father and brother, what his Mother had to go through during his pregnancy and why he was named Divine.
He also warned anyone who wants to do him badly in the industry that his progress is more than what anyone could hinder, this track sets the tempo for other songs to come.
In other songs in the album, Rema talks about his unending love for pleasure, sex and women as he revels in the body of his woman on the track “Dirty”.
“Her body na ogologo, i dey give am new style, she shout ouch ouch ouch”.
In the song with Chris Brown which is perhaps the most talked-about song on the album, Rema unveils the essence of maintaining energies and imbuing vulnerability in relationship.
”come make I give you all my time and affection, make i give you my savings and affection”.
In Essence, the Rave and Roses album is about love, pleasure and everything that is required for someone to have a cool and smooth life, with a distinct sound great rhythm, Rema is a craftsman and this is his sound.
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Mp3bullet gives the EP 80% (Good) general rating