Some genuine reasons why Sean Tizzle shouldn’t be looked down upon in the Nigerian music Industry.
Mp3bullet critical rundown on why Sean Tizzle shouldn’t be looked down upon in the Nigerian music Industry.
Sean Tizzle‘s run in the Nigerian music industry at the time was practically unrivaled; every song was a smash, his sonic trajectory raised the bar, and his name was already being hailed as a future great; yet, things didn’t go as planned.
Sean Tizzle won the Headies’ ‘Next Rated’ artist award in 2013, in a category that included Burna Boy, Phyno, and Seyi Shay.
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Sean Tizzle‘s “The Journey” album, which birthed his unbeatable run in the industry was released in 2014, had another big influence on the scene, a golden cut that replicated the template pushed forward by the other albums but now heavily mirrored the urban sound and style of his own time.
There are few albums that can slightly match ”The Journey,’ albums like Wizkid‘s ‘Superstar’ Wande Coal’s ”Mushin2MoHits” 2baba‘s ”Face2Face” and the likes that are filled with awe-inspiring nostalgic reactions, and they stand out as the alpha and omega projects of their respective eras.
His songwriting and singing abilities were near-flawless, and at a day when the former was no longer regarded as a valuable art form, it was refreshing to hear someone who was truly thinking about what he was saying.
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‘The Journey’ album had it all, from love anthems like ‘Perfect Gentleman’, ‘Igi Orombo’ and ‘Could This Be Love’ to banging feel-good records like ‘Loke Loke’, ‘Komole’, ‘Kilogbe’ and ‘Take It’.
The 17-track record was the perfect blend of his cultural interests and Pop upbringing. At the 2014 Headies, the album was named “Best R&B/Pop Album.”
Although, Sean Tizzle had made his debut on the scene a year prior with the D’Tunes-produced single ‘Sho Lee,’ which was an instant hit and a pivotal milestone in his career, bringing notice to his talent.
Sean Tizzle is undeniably a talented musician, with one of the most innovative voices in the industry.
Then in 2018, he served a reminder of his creative brilliance with the single, ‘Pempe’, a brilliant mellow song that overflows with different iterations of his creative best.
In 2021, Nigerian singer Sean Tizzle is set to return to the music scene with the release of a new music project, “Where You Been” EP
The 4-track EP will feature Grammy-winning Haitian musician Wyclef Jean, who also produced two tracks on the project.
For a talented artist like Sean Tizzle, one wouldn’t be wrong to say that he is capable of doing better and making better songs, with the magnitude of his talent, he deserves a place beside top acts like Davido, Wizkid, Wande Coal, Flavour, Burna Boy, and their likes
However, He needs to make conscious efforts to position himself as one of the messiahs in the Nigerian music industry.