The W experience album review
The much anticipated W experience is finally here with a fusion of hip hop without damage to the rhythm and blues strength of the album. Banky’s slow jam prowess which has been impressed on Nigerian audience isn’t all you get from the W experience as the crooner treats fast paced rhythm with equal ease.
Strong Ting produced and co-written by Cobhams Asuquo has been a hit before the release of the album likewise Lagos Party produced by Dokta Frabz, the hits continue with the W experience. Thief My Kele, one of my favourites, is another track of reference likewise follow u go. Banky brings the W experience home with the application of pidgin lingual a necessary compliment to his Americanize flow.
Banky’s lover man persona doesn’t stop him from advocating for unity in Nigeria, a commendable fit he achieves with Why.
The album is produced by some of the best beat makers in Nigeria. It is beautiful the way the not so hyped Sunny Nweke shines with his production on So Brand New.
This is an album you listen to and be inspired with its artistic flair and romantic gospel. Banky is wise, he presents thirteen joints you can’t fault and does remix two of the hit tracks with instrumentals as accompaniment. And I recommend you let the W experience play in the background in the moments of intimacy.