Mr P “The Prodigal“ album is an exhibition of a sonic vision [Review]
Mr P releases his debut solo album ‘The Prodigal’ a 16-track sonically directed album.
However, it is apparently his first album since he parted ways with his twin brother, Paul, after the break-up of their, P-Square duo group.
The album features collaborations with other artists such as Tiwa Savage, Simi, Teni, Wande Coal, Tamar Braxton, Singah, Mohombi, DJ Switch, and OvieKelz
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Also, the album features in songs with Tiwa Savage on “I Do“, Wande Coal on “Follow My Lead“, which serves a supporting single, South African rapper Singah on “Paloma” and “Lola Diego“, Congolese-Swedish singer Mohombi on “Just Like That“, Simi, Teni and American singer and songwriter Tamar Braxton on “I Love You“, DJ Switch on “Prodigal” and Ovie Kelz on “Grow Old“
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Mr P excels in songwriting and vocal balance, the features are quite intentional, centres around Afropop, R&B, and trap soul ballads, infusing modern constraints.
The Wande Coal collaborated track was a perfect official single, impacting way before the album drop, but making it an outro contradict the arrangement.
Even though the album supposed to have dropped to avoid the single market overlap and overstay, the album intro ‘Odo’ ushers in a great ambience with a feel-good atmosphere.
More also, track six (6) ‘I love You’ is really an important song because enlisting Teni and Simi in one song and complimenting it with American pop star Tamar Braxton to stimulate the vibe is quite commendable.
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Mp3bullet gives the project a 70.% (Good) general rating