We come across many discs with significant read value more often than before, and my girlfriends and I are delighted. Throughout a trigger lockdown and the toll it took on our collective sanity, all we wanted to do was go to parties, bullshit, and work when we weren’t partying and not partying. let’s not do bullshit. Now that some parts of the world have opened up and we’re vaccinated for work, we’re on the spot, going from Chop Vegas to Cardi B’s recent Jamaican dance-themed birthday party and having reunions of. business in person. Honestly, it feels good, and we feel the shell of normalcy, or what our lives were like before the global pandemic.
When the song by Reekado Banks, named after a wealthy Nigerian family, arrives, it takes us back to the last crowded concert hall and music festival we were lucky enough to experience. If you’re in the running to hear an enchanting Afrobeats track that doesn’t demand much from your mind, body, and soul, try ‘Ozumba Mbadiwe’ more than once. It’s comparable to easy-to-listen music or the kind of songs you’d hear on the radio in the car, and you wouldn’t mind keeping it on while you drive.