Waje’s Heart Season extended play is verset to a forthcoming album, a typical digest-while-you-wait kind of flex.
However, Waje is undoubtedly one of the greatest vocalists of this generation in the Nigerian music industry, her vocal dexterity is something to behold, simply uncommon and unbelievably relaxing.
Waje on the other hand has proved her vocal ability, addictively striking a chord across several songs which always carry a whole part of a song, practical examples can be deduced from MI Abaga‘s ‘One Naira’ and ‘Do Me’ by the defunct music duo P-Square.
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Also, In the Nigerian music industry, female artists with such ability and power are very few, which includes, Omawunmi, Ego (Lagbaja‘s Backup vocal), Chidinma, Simi, Seyi Shay and few others.
The 5-track project with 17 minutes of playback time exemplifies the fusion of coordinated R&B, Afropop, and a touch of Reggae.
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‘Hold My Hands‘ as an Afropop serves as a great introduction to a happy atmosphere with a feel-good vibe while transcending the R&B journey down to the remaining bliss, the Magic beats produced track ushers a groovy transition from the start to the finish.
‘Call On Me’ is one of the best track in the project, most addictive vibe and typical mid-tempo cracker, the track is fused with a familiar melody and vibe.
‘Baby sho ma lagbaja…Konkonbilo ka ma fera wa’ astonishing hook slightly sampled and referenced from Lagbaja that brings the pure African vibes.
Waje’s Heart Season EP expresses love in general, relating to heartbreak or love letter tailored towards unending feelings, ‘Naked’ signs out as radiating comfort sound.
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Mp3bullet gives the project an 80% (Excellent) general rating