Chike expresses his goals in “The Brothers Keeper” [Review]

Chike expresses his goals in “The Brothers Keeper”

The album cover image gives us our first glimpse into the project’ conceptual framework.

Chike strikes a similar position to the legendary Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie while wearing a stylish Gucci suit.

Chike expresses his goals in "The Brothers Keeper" [Review]
Chike expresses his goals in “The Brothers Keeper” [Review]


Chike’ homage to the great Pop icon and the great R&B figure makes me that he is moving beyond the status of a mere R&B performer with a sizable fanbase made up mostly of female supporters to that of a superstar R&B icon and a Pop whose fame transcends demographics.

With the debut of his album “The Boo of the Booless,” Chike’ path to stardom took a hopeful turn. Despite showing diverse facets of his talent on the big screen, the record soon turned him into a star, a ladies’ guy, and a breakout R&B singer whose success many didn’t see coming.

Chike made sure he was able to enjoy the success of his debut album and keep the attention of a crowd that was captivated by his unique talent.

He put out a live CD, and a DJ remix of a few songs, and he was frequently scheduled to dazzle crowds with his alluring vocals.

While many were anxiously awaiting the release of his second album, there was always the awareness that it would be difficult to his debut.

Chike finally determined that he was prepared for his second act, which he calls “The Brother’ Keeper,” thirty months after the release of his initial album.

The album cover image gives us our first glimpse into the project’ conceptual framework. Chike strikes a similar position to the legendary Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie while wearing a stylish Gucci suit.

Chike’ homage to the great Pop icon and the great R&B figure makes me that he is moving beyond the status of a mere R&B performer with a sizable fanbase made up primarily of female supporters to that of a superstar R&B icon and a Pop whose fame transcends demographics.

This conclusion might be connected to the album’ opening track, “On The Moon,” which conveys the joy of achievement.

The self-assurance and creative freedom that allow an R&B to launch his album with a popular Amapiano sound are clearly audible.

In this song, Chike opens his figurative wings and soars to a height not far from the moon. He’ ready to share his delight because he earned this freedom.

In order to explore the global theme of love, Chike uses the phrase “The Brother’ Keeper,” which is derived from the Biblical exhortation.

Chike explores his passionate side in “Tell Am,” a catchy and attractive love song. In order to generate a potential Tik Tok smash, the song takes a step away from the R&B sound that made him famous and instead uses crowd vocals and street-pop progression.

He slows it down on “Spell,” sticking to the theme of love and examining what it means to be completely, madly, and utterly in love.

The R&B song serves as the first recall of Chike, who astounded listeners in “Boo of the Booless,” and will thus be played.

Ratings:


Production quality


Tracklisting


Songwriting


Intro


Outro

 70%


70%


80%


80%


70%

Mid = 0.00

Average = 0.01

Good = 2.5

Excellent = 2.5

Conclusion:

Mp3bullet gives the EP an 70% (Good) general rating

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