The song has a familiar arrangement of sections – Intro, Verses and Chorus. This structure is easy for the average listener to vibe with it. Ultimately, this makes the song more commercially attractive.
The song has essential variety of interesting musical instruments like African percussions, lead guitar and pad that were employed in the instrumentation to bring out the Afrobeats effect.
The usage of digital effects in this song was not much. One could feel the originality of Edem, Efya and Sarkodie’s vocal texture and the instruments.
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The composer decided to use actions to clearly show that she loves her "baby" and that is a good thing. The composer has really depicted her level of maturity as far as the video of this piece is concerned. This piece can be said to be a B+ piece.
The use of rollings of the percussion instruments made the piece very interesting. The instrumentation is very good. Very simple and interesting.
Although the composer did not use real human beings in the video, the video is still telling what he wants to communicate to his audience. That is a plus. This piece is an A piece.
The form of this music is rap with chorus. This is repeated severally. Therefore the form can be said to be a call and response. The rap can be treated as a call and the chorus a response.
The aesthetics of this piece sets it apart and makes it one of the best among others. The composer is a very creative personality. Therefore you could clearly see from his attitude as far as this composition is concerned. All I can say is that beauty as far as this piece is concerned is unique.
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