New music of Sunday, 28 February 2021
Supply: Francis Amissah, Contributor
Occasionally you have got to get rid of some to acquire some and which is the crux of Niro Walter’s debut album, ‘Focus’.
Packing 13 tracks and no aspect in sight, Niro jointly with his producers of selection Ksmithmajik, Limber, David Acekeyz, and Supa Gaeta, set in the function to supply a well balanced album really worth your time.
The concept of releasing a 13-track album with no function may possibly occur off as strange to numerous, but just after a few songs in, it turns into rather crystal clear ‘Focus’ is no pushover. Niro merely appreciates what he’s about, as evident in his throaty voice, charisma, and storytelling approach which when paired with the record’s manufacturing ethos is certain to get music enthusiasts hooked.
‘Prayer Answer’ sets the album in motion, embracing Niro’s textured voice from onset. His style and mind-set go a extensive way on this 1, unraveling a information akin to its title. ‘Link Up’ then swoops in, boasting an upbeat and party-ready creation. It is riddled with some sultry innuendos and advert-libs sure to let you in on its infamous topic right before ‘Wahala’ requires above. The latter picks in on the former’s tempo, but in ‘see me see wahala’ fashion amid a banging hook. It’s a lengthy roaster from there, with ‘Drama’, ‘Money on My Mind’, ‘Gobe’, ‘SBBG’, ‘Corporation’, ‘Chilling’, ‘Faya’, ‘Marry You’, ‘God Bless’ and finally ‘Gbese’ rolling in to contend for your attention.
Born Osareniro Osamudiamen Walter, Niro Walter is an Afrobeat singer and songwriter who hails from Edo State, Nigeria. Obtaining been energetic in the tunes scene since 2019, the burgeoning act identified ground with two formal singles ‘Blessings Comply with You’ and ‘No Offering Up’. Niro would go on to release his 1st-ever EP ‘Wealth of Tears’ a year afterwards, paving the way for his now debut album, ‘Focus’. His present to supply a calming really feel, as effectively as encourage individuals through new music is paramount to Niro’s philosophy and one he prides himself in.
Niro Walter hits the suitable notes in the nicest of means and with an array of 13 songs to muster, ‘Focus’ could not be for every person, but has some thing for anyone. Yes, a handful of guest appearances would’ve been welcome, but with a topic tailored to his goals, ‘Focus’ nevertheless rocks enough appeal to promote Niro’s frame of head in a very familiar way.