JamGod EP Review by JewelBaby via Afrokonnect.
Nigerian Afro-Pop sensational act known as Jewelbaby alias JamGod recently released his first official body of work,
With a seven (7) tracks extended play (EP) titled: JamGod.
Kalu Nnamdi popularly know as JewelBaby is a young extraordinary Afropop Artist who hails from Abia state Nigeria, born to a family of five;
himself and four sisters given birth to by Late Mr. Mike Okore and Mrs Okore Florence Kalu.
JewelBaby grew up in several part of the country like, Anambra, Delta state, Port harcourt and Ikorodu, Lagos state.
JamGod EP Review by JewelBaby
JamGod EP was an introduction to Jewelbaby Music, his best moment is when he is on a Dancehall/Reggae/ vibe.
I am glad he operates from his strength rather than conforming to what is obtainable in the industry.
The seven tracks body of work has no bad songs with “Drumstixx” being the introduction,
on this track he expresses his feelings towards a girl he saw along the road,
the producer made a perfect instrumental and Jewelbaby ensured justice was made.
Khonfahm: swears this single is my best, not because of the song is for hustlers,
JamGod himself passed a message to the world telling them no matter what they are going through at the moment,
they should never relent that their pay day is confirmed,
he also used the free space at the end of the song to mention some business guru’s from the East that are doing well in their field with the likes of Innoson motors.
Vibez: kudos to the producer of this song, If this two-track failed to click, then, wait till you hear Vibez,
anyone who A&R this project deserves a bottle of VSOP.
Jewelbaby sustained the tempo of the song by singing the first verse,
who makes a song off a verification on social media.
N.G.U: on the EP I believe this is another hit song, NGU which is an abbreviation to No Give Up.
Jewelbaby became a motivational speaker on this song assuring the listeners not to think of giving up easily that their’s a pay day for everyone.
Why: I never believed Jewelbaby could be this creative, on this Afro- trap kind of song the JamGod talked about fake friends,
passing a message to the audience to be careful of the kind of friends the make.
All other songs on this EP are hits, the featured artiste “Zaaza” delivered a nice line on Bahd,
but it would have been best if this EP has no featured artistes on it,
kudos to the producer’s of the project.
Production credits: Endeetone and Jeff DMX all songs mixed and mastered by Crystal mix.
More importantly, Jewelbaby talent and his consistent quality requires better PR and reimagined brand identity.
He recovered from the negative PR with his rebirth on comic skits,
now he needs that level of imagination to endear himself to the Nigerian mainstream.
On ‘JamGod EP,’ he’s produced another selection of potential smash hits,
but he needs to reimagine his strategy and get his hands dirty.
Again, his level of talent deserves those smash hits.
DJ, abeg knack ‘Vibez,’ make boys groove.