Analyzing how Niniola’s ‘Lagos To Jozi’ is a progressional masterpiece
Niniola’s ‘Lagos To Jozi’ is a merely calculative money-making effort as Detty December awaits. And let’s be trustworthy, it’s solely pure. There’s money to be made in December 2021.
When she launched, she took the moniker, ‘Queen of Afro-House,’ as a result of her collaborations with superproducer, Sarz, were often rooted within the style and so have been her greatest smash hits.
However over the past two years, issues have been quite unsure. Her sophomore album, Colours, and Sounds didn’t hit the mark.
Although it was harshly received by some critics, it had its positives.
She then redeemed herself by going back to her R&B roots for sixth Heaven, an impressive diary of sex, romance, and love themes.
It produced the amazing number, ‘Ride.’ Because of the lack of commercial success on that record and Niniola’s need for a hit as a popstar, she has reignited her Afro-House reps with Lagos To Jozi, a timely intervention, that could simply reposition her as a hitmaker.
The four-track EP might be too short with Niniola on this impressive kind, nevertheless it’s also the safety that she needs right now.
The EP is rooted in a fusion of essential Amapiano of the South Africa kind: the type that sends South African events into rapturous possession by the music.
Niniola’s cadences are of the South African type, however her words are rooted in Nigerian adlibs and premium lamba of the incoherent, but religious and infectious kind.
Soundtracked by the legendary Kalawa Jazmee boss, Oskido and Guiltybeatz, Niniola has taken a cue from her buzzing digital hit, ‘Too Sweet (O Dun),’ to go back to what people know and love her for.
The Amapiano records on ‘Lagos To Jozi’ are additionally much better than those on ‘Colors and Sounds.’
The most impressive report on this EP is ‘I Did It (Bum Bum).’ Niniola might have delivered her trademark sex-filled chatter and innuendos, however the music is sweet.
But only time will be the only measure of Niniola’s success with this EP.
It’s also hard to judge Niniola with this EP. It already contains previous singles.
‘Lagos To Jozi’ is a simply calculative money-making effort as Detty December awaits. And let’s be trustworthy, it’s only natural.
There’s cash to be made in December 2021 and Niniola’s stagecraft can’t go to waste.