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    Killertunes established himself as an excellent singer on KillaXtra album [Review]

    Killertunes established himself as an excellent hit-maker, & Singer his on his debut KillaXtra album

    Over the back half of the 2010s, on his debut KillaXtra album Killertunes established himself as an excellent hit-maker, helming huge slaps like Mut4y and Wizkid’s “Manya,” Spinall, and Kizz Daniel’s “Baba,” Olamide’s “Motigbana,” and much more.

    While he’s remained trusty with producing great music for a long line of artists, including Mr Eazi, Joeboy, and Phyno, Killertunes has been inching towards a more wholesome and autonomous curation of his effort.

    Killertunes established himself as an excellent singer on KillaXtra album [Review]
    Killertunes
    In late 2019, he dropped his debut EP, Gbedu & Things, a beat tape that zeroed in on his effortless ability to create club-ready bangers, and hinted at the more headlined output in the near future.

    Killertunes established himself as an excellent singer on Gbedu & Things
    Killertunes established himself as an excellent singer on Gbedu & Things

    emPawa Africa unveils “KillaXtra” the album, by Nigerian music producer turned singer. This is Killertunes debut album and he hopes to make everybody get to like the music and his growth.



    Over a year later, Killertunes returned with the summery bop, “Light Up,” with assists from Walshy Fire, Like Mike, and Zimbabwean star Sha Sha.

    It marked the first time he would release a song with prominent vocal contributions, and he followed up shortly after with “Bite Me,” a solo track that served as a bolder statement of his intent to pair his behind-the-boards prowess with his chops in front of the mic.

    Killertunes established himself as an excellent singer on Gbedu & Things
    Killertunes

    On “Bite Me,” Killertunes basks in the familiar feeling of triumph, pettily dismissing the unbelievers from his past and reveling in a heightened sense of confidence.

    This conviction is what powers his newly released debut album, KillaXtra, a 13-set track where he takes the vocal lead all through.

    Killertunes established himself as an excellent singer on Gbedu & Things
    Tracklist

    With vivid influences from Wizkid, Afropop’s most indelible vocal performer in the last decade, Killertunes’ showing leans into bright melodies and hook-driven songwriting.

    Killertunes established himself as an excellent singer on KillaXtra [Review]
    Killertunes
    Add in a sonic direction that alternately melds and varies between mid-tempo Afropop bounce, slinky Dembow-inspired rhythms, Caribbean Pop bops, and even a Trap-fusion cut, the project is a collection of breezy and catchy songs.

    Killertunes established himself as an excellent singer on KillaXtra [Review]
    Killertunes
    Comprising the two previously released singles, the new project casts Killertunes is a veritable triple threat, as he also takes charge of engineering and production duties on all but one track.



    He’s joined by a handful of guests, including Odunsi (the Engine), Nissi, Midas the Jagaban, Kida Kudz, and more, all of whom serve complementary purposes.

    KillaXtra unfolds a new era for Killertunes, one where the full range of his talents has to be acknowledged.

    Ratings:


    Production quality


    Tracklisting


    Songwriting


    Intro


    Outro

     70%


    70%


    80%


    70%


    70%

    Mid = 0.00

    Average = 0.01

    Good = 2.5

    Excellent = 2.5

    Conclusion:

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

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