Creative Lines Media’s act, Jay Baba will be looking forward to becoming the most relevant best artiste this year as he releases his debut album, “Bazazzagi“.
At the release of the album, I knew I needed a comfortable time and space to listen to this body of work because this is an album everyone has been anticipating for a very long time.
All through last night till this morning, the album has been on repeat on my playlist and I can’t help but give a verdict on the album.
The album which was released Last week, Ladies and Gentlemen welcome to the “Bazazzagi Of Jay Baba” – a 11-track-album with collaboration: JayPro Lytah, Queen Eshun, Yaa Pono, Teeswagg, Boggy Wenzday and Maccasio, with some producers on the project and more numerous producers: Possigee, JayPro Lytah, Ivan Beatz and Prezdoe Beatz.
Grab your popcorn and let’s ride on this Bazazzagi together.
Review Of Some Track In The Album:
1. Baturiyar Arewa
The collaboration on the album and it’s all worth it. With the theme of the song, Jay Baba got right with Teeswagg on this track. Sweet!!
The idea of using this track as the opening track is to capture the attention of listeners early on the album and for the anticipation of more good sounds.
This particular song is a whole vibe!! The beat got Jay Baba flowing smoothly with “Vibes” inclined lyrics that will get you moving body no matter how hardened your heart is.
If I hear say, you no go dance!
The album continues on a mid-tempo vibe with “Pain“, a track where Jay Baba bears it all on the deep side of him.
You’d get to relate to the pressure and high expectations he faces everyday as a successful artiste. Very relatable good track.
4. Thank You
Back to the real Jay Baba vibe we all like to hear. “Thank You” is another massively dope track on Jay Baba‘s “Bazazzagi” album.
The lyrics and flows are so sick, this is no doubt another club banger from Jay Baba.
5. People Dey Talk
This one sounds more like Jay Baba in the studio freestyling and enjoying himself doing what he likes to do best.
The track shouldn’t have been on the album or he could have spiced it up with collaboration.