Head to Head is where we review music/music videos of songs that have certain similarities and common grounds. We pitch the music/music videos head to head and discover who nailed it or failed it. Each music/music video will first be reviewed separately then compared one to another based on storytelling, costume, make up, picture quality, props, relevance of video to song, sound choreography, attention to details, rhythm, lyrics, depths, unity, direction and location. So, here goes –
Today’s edition on Head to Head, we would be looking at Mike Abdul and Henrisoul’s Onyeoma
He started off with an Igbo beat that sounded really unique and audio catchy and we all know Mike Abdul to be an awesome multi talented singer with his well coined fuji voice. The song proceeded with the Igbo beat in which he mixed with Yoruba lyrics,igbo and English as well making everything balance and good to the ears. Monique also came in with her own brain storming voice backing it up with dope friendly dance-able instrumentals.
While that of Henrisoul’s started immediately with a beat that can get you dancing all the way. The beat is similar to that of Makosa as popularly called, so tell me why you wouldn’t want to dance. The part that really got me wow! Was the bass at the background by the vocals. The song in general is just really nice with deep lyrics and good sound.
Mike Abdul Henrisoul
*Relevance to song – 18 16
*Sound– 20 20
*Message – 20 17
*Rhythm – 17 20
*Attention to lyrics – 18 20
*Over all – 93% 93%
So in conclusion from the score board,it happens to be that they had a draw.