Review of Zamorra’s Storms and Rainbows E.P

of Zamorra’s Storms and Rainbows E.P by Oladele Akinsuyi

After long term album and Extended Playlist (E.P), Nigerian singer and Ondo indigene Oluwashina Akinkunmi popularly known as Zamorra who has been doing magic with hit singles since he joined Edline music, is  back and better with an amazing E.P titled Storms and Rainbows.

Right from his emergence, Zamorra is known for content that gives contentment to listeners and his first hit single “Importanter” is a proof as well as his recent song “Again”. With Storms and Rainbow,Zamorra reiterated this phenomenon.

This is the first project and the 8 songs on the album really worth the wait. The musical project touched way of life and was expressed in a more realistic way, tackling challenges and giving solutions to the issues affecting the youths, friendship and relationship with their parents.

He is versatile artiste who has done amapiano, adding a meaningful lyrics on the sounds that comes with good vibes should be appreciated.

Now on a journey into storms and rainbows, the first track on the ep titled Aiku is an afrobeat sound that emphasizes and value success as result of hardwork.

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Some lyrics in the track;
“If to say Man be God,
I for don die,
Yawa for don gas,
I thank God everyday
One day my hustle go pay…”

Followed by “Balance” which has inequalities of division of class (the haves and the haves not) as her theme. The two major class we have is the rich and poor, hence, the track is questioning the status of some people being rich and some poor. It’s evident that the is bore out to fight depression and inferiority complex.

Like other artiste speaks about criteria for choosing wife, Zamorra revealed his own with another track on the project which is “Like my mother”. He used her mother’s good character as standard to choose a wife.

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“Now that you’re mine” is a track he used to emphasize the essence of love and value for long lasting relationship with assurance.

The afropop artiste delivered a topnotch ending with the presence of “Timeless” as outro. While assuring a brighter life and career, he further engaged in Ondo dialect to buttress the point.

With “Taboo” (another track), he advised the generation to take care of their parents and “Men are Scum” is a sensitive track that could serve as guide for ladies who are with the wrong guy.

It is a fact that, this artiste is creative and ready to explore the world with his music, so watch out for him and stream here.

 

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