“ODO ELECTRIC” IN PERSPECTIVE

After Emelia Brobbey released her maiden song, “Fa Me ko” and announced her intentions to cement her name as one of the few female KUMAWOOD (the name given to the film making or movie production industry of Kumasi, the Ashanti Regional capital) musicians who would be accepted and make an impact for their music talent.

Regardless of the barrage of trolls and cyber attack she faced from music lovers who hugely ridiculed her song, she stood tall and has finally released a song that many would feel is a vast improvement over her famous “Fa Me Ko song”.

Wendy Shay

In her new one, it is very obvious that she has had some tremendous coaching. Her ride on the song, was quite impressive. Her timing on the hooks were very cool with her new Jamaican twist giving us that Caribbean feel.

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The English bit on the song, cementing her brand as one who would like to blend languages, a clear feature of her. However, one thing that got many pondering was why she used Black Stone’s 90’s hit “Se wo do me a”. May be perhaps she gained inspiration from Kuami Eugene who is a master culprit.

Adding Wendy Shay was just the icing on the cake. She needs no introduction and her experience with beat riding is something that is symptomatic of her, no wonder she was the new artiste of the year at the just ended VGMA.

Check out the video and send your comments under the post.

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BY: ONESIPHORUS OBUOBI

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