Lyric Lab – Did this song really need a remix?

Lyric Lab – Did this song really need a remix?

Alikiba – AJE Remix

‘AJE’ has enjoyed a mammoth couple of years and there was just no topping that chart topper. Maybe that’s why the remix sounds almost exactly like the original song. This video though is a lot more enjoyable than the flashy first offering. It’s just Kiba and the girl he’s presumably chasing. It’s seamless and cheeky but that doesn’t excuse the fact that it was wholly unnecessary. It’s still a great production and if it wasn’t for the existence of the first video this would have been great on all fronts, very addictive.

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Mr Seed & Bahati – Kumbe Kumbe

Another collaboration between the two gospel stars from the EMB label. It’s a pleasant praise song and Bahati seems to be on an Energizer Bunny level when it comes to releasing songs but the video does seem repetitive. How many songs have you seen with artistes on a white screen with some dancing? This doesn’t mean that the song isn’t delightful but the visuals are rather old.

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Ndegz – Dessert

It’s hard not to feel good for Ndegz getting some recognition after hustling for years but ‘Dessert’ does not feel new or particularly innovative in any way. It’s a fun but forgettable song. Produced by the artiste himself, the beats are actually the best part of the song. The other stuff is nice to look at but you’ve probably seen something similar before. With lyrics like, ‘Bruk off your back. It’s too hot girl, take off your top, ‘it’s easy consumption but don’t expect it to be particularly inventive.

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