Mavin Starboy Rema and Don Jazzy usher fans into 2021 with a new song “Bounce” and we are going to analyze the track if it is a Hit Or Miss?.
The new track is something the fans have longed anticipated for with the singer making it his first song of the year and since it's release fans have been streaming massively online.
The record is produced by Don Jazzy and his masterclass is something beyond imagination as he made sure he gave Rema something he can deliver on, which is the first time they will be working together.
Since the song hit social media it has been promotion all the way and the fans openly accepts the song as the lyric video have made over 665k views on YouTube as of the time writing this content.
The singer also went on to announce a video will also be coming up soon - as we await that let's dive in and talk about - Rema and Don Jazzy usher fans into 2021 with a new song “Bounce” Hit Or Miss?.
Like we all know what the young singer can do when it comes to making hit record but many fans can argue that this wasn't different from the guy they know.
With catchy lyrics and dope lines which u can easily grabbed even if it's your first time of listening to the song but we can't take away the fact that most were just repetition of lyrics which most fans can also say is not the best from Rema.
“Girl, I'm in love with your booty bounce
Girl, I'm in love with your booty bounce
In love with your booty bounce
Girl, I'm in love with your booty bounce”
Those lines were on repeat throughout the track which was somewhat irritating according to some music critics, but we can understand it the hook or chorus.
“Bounce” is an inspiration of the luscious and magnificent body of an African woman, says Rema and according to the lyrics we can tell that's what he was talking about.
Naijarated Song Ratings
Production (9/10): We can't argue about this as Don Jazzy did everything perfectly to make this song a hit and indeed it is a certified hit single.
Lyrics (8/10): Rema did well base on what the song is all about and he manages to keep it clean but this song is not recommended for kids to listen due to the words used.
Overall Song Rating (7/10): Overall the track isn't that bad from what we can say but the fans might think otherwise so just let us know what you think.
Let us know if “Bounce” is a Hit Or Miss?