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A review of Oya Gbeff by Davolee ft. Olamide


Review by David Awunor.

YBNL act, Davolee teamed up with his boss, Olamide Baddo on his (Davolee) new song titled "Oya Gbeff".

The song was produced by none other than "The Wicked Producer", Young John.

As we've come to accept, whenever we hear "It's Young John the wicked producer", we just can't help but dance.

Young John didn't fail to do his usual magic on Oya Gbeff.

Oya Gbeff is a gyration song which actually encourages you to smoke weed.

"Oya gbeff, Oya gbeff, smoke igbo" - Olamide sings in the chorus.

Olamide smoking

It amuses me how Olamide comes up with crazy lyrics. The chorus of Oya Gbeff was no exception, it was lit.

When the chorus of a song is dope, automatically pressure is mounted on the rapper. You expect him to drop dope bars.

Davolee didn't handle it quite well.

For a street song like Oya Gbeff, i expected to see Davolee deliver catchy street lines in his rap not the usual "whatever".

I've listened to the song over 20 times and still i can't freely rap along with him. That's bad. Of course he has a lot to learn from Baddo.

While i acknowledge the song is dope, i don't think Davolee should be releasing a song that encourages weed smoking this early in his music career.

I won't be surprised to hear Oya Gbeff has being banned from being played on air.

Though Olamide has had issues like that over the years and came out strong, it is unwise for Davolee to follow the same route.

I rate the song 3/5.

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