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Asake – Mr. Money With The Vibe Album Review

Asake’s rise has accelerated due to the necessity to provide people with an understanding of his music, which we achieve thanks to Mr. Money and The Vibe Album. Afro-classical and Fuji elements are incorporated into the dancehall music of Asake.

Asake’s performance of Mr. Money with The Vibe demonstrates that he is more of a song performer than a songwriter. Undoubtedly, several of the album’s tracks display indications of sophisticated writing, but we are surprised by how ordinary some of the songs are that either sound incomplete or freestyle.

Apart from that, Mr Money’s evaluations of The Vibe Album beg us to applaud Asake. Asake’s debut album solidified his place in the music business and demonstrated that he will have a long career filled with devoted followers. Actually, Asake’s album benefits by having “dull” as an album opener. It explains why he has remained so reliable ever after he scored a hit song and joined with YBNL Records. The song’s briefness is a good thing because it gives the impression that the album has a lot to offer.

Mr. Money With The Vibe’s tune, “Terminator,” describes Asake as a Terminator for his girlfriend. It makes logical that Terminator is the second good because it is a small departure from the beats and sound that Asake typically utilizes.

LISTEN TO ASAKE – TERMINATOR ON NAIJATASTIC.

“Organise” seems like a hit track off of The Vibe, according to Mr. Money’s evaluation of the album. However, it sounds so brief and feels so unfinished that it makes us feel as though the music was halted while we were listening to it.

Given that “Peace be Unto You” has a fantastic hook and chorus, it is not unexpected that it is one of the album’s top songs. The album has a feel-good vibe that gets us in the groove thanks to the creepy lyrics.

LISTEN TO ASAKE – PEACE BE UNTO YOU ON NAIJATASTIC.

Without the vocalized hook that sweeps in to captivate us and the fact that Asake picks up with some relatable words that make the song a really cool listen, “Dupe” would have been a boring tune. But many listeners would find the chorus intriguing, and the hook much more so.

The first nearly RNB song by Asake, “Muse”, is excellent. Given how readily “Muse” stands out as a song, it seems like something Asake should perform frequently. It has been quite difficult to categorize Asake’s musical style, but Mr Money With The Vibe assessment demonstrates that a dancehall musician named Asake uses Fuji elements in his music. Meanwhile, Muse could have been a really wonderful song if it had been written using better songwriting techniques.

“Joha” is a really popular melody that functions more as a call and response piece than as a whole song. As we continue to listen to the song, Asake picks it up and sings a verse that makes sense and matches the chorus, giving the song its meaning. The least anticipated popular song from this album is “Nzaza”, which has “Muse” vibes and meaningful lyrics.

People will be able to relate to “Ototo” well since it promotes uniqueness and how they should be glad for their coworkers’ achievement without taking advantage of it or trying to hold them responsible for their own failings.

We everyone entered this planet in a unique way, after all.

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“Reason” is the album’s opening feature, and it has a feeling of expansion. It demonstrates that Asake took the time to sit down and reflect on how hard he has been working and how God has so richly blessed him that he nearly forgot how difficult it once was.

Additionally, it is a song of inspiration, which is sort of the first one on the album. Because “Reason” always stands out in his discography, Asake has to sing more songs like it.

“Sunmomi” might have been a popular song, but this one doesn’t celebrate anything at all in its lyrics. There is literally only the chorus, which is supposed to be what, as the other verse. Catchy? The beats towards the end don’t do anything to improve Sunmomi’s bad songwriting, which is evident in the song.

It was a good idea to have “Sungba remix” the album’s closing track. Because the album genuinely finishes effectively and leaves you with memorable feelings, you want to listen to it again. We all know why the “Sungba remix” is popular. We almost don’t know the message because it is so catchy, yet we still adore the music.

LISTEN TO ASAKE – SUNGBA (REMIX) FEAT. BURNA BOY ON NAIJATASTIC

Asake’s rise has accelerated due to the necessity to provide people with an understanding of his music, which we achieve thanks to Mr. Money and The Vibe Album. Afro-classical and Fuji elements are incorporated into the dancehall music of Asake.

Asake’s performance of Mr. Money with The Vibe demonstrates that he is more of a song performer than a songwriter. Undoubtedly, several of the album’s tracks display indications of sophisticated writing, but we are surprised by how ordinary some of the songs are that either sound incomplete or freestyle.

Apart from that, Mr Money’s evaluations of The Vibe Album beg us to applaud Asake. For a first album, Asake has cemented his reputation for his fans.

About Asake:

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Born in Lagos State, Nigeria, in the late 1990s, Ahmed Ololade Asake, also known by his stage name Asake, is a Nigerian singer-songwriter. He discovered his musical aptitude at a young age, which prompted him to start posting freestyles as a way to amuse others online in his early days.

Asake, often known as “Mr Money,” is one of the brightest rising talents in the Nigerian music business right now with his song “Omo Ope” at the top of the Apple music charts in that country. He is one of the few upcoming performers with the ability to rule the Nigerian music scene because of his amazing voice and deft wordplay. Many of his supporters are not shocked by this.

Asake started performing at a young age and quickly gained fame among his fans because to the freestyles he put online. They appreciated his music until certain influential Nigerians, such Sydney Talker, Broda Shaggi, and Tunde Ednut, helped him become more well-known.

Prior to enrolling in the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University in Ile Ife, Osun State to study theater and performing arts, he spent the majority of his formative years in the nation’s southwest. Later, in order to advance his musical career, he relocated to Lagos State. Throughout his career, he purportedly dabbled in dancing and occasionally performed as a dancer, but he never thought of it as a job.

But because of his deep love for music, he was determined to devote all of his attention to being a musician. He released his debut single, “Mr Money,” in 2020, solidifying his position as one of the most promising artists in the Nigerian music industry.

Ireoluwa Orija
Ireoluwa Orija
Ireoluwa is a graduate of Human Anatomy. He is a writer, poet and a content creator.

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