Kiss Daniel features Sugarboy on ‘Molue’, a review


First time I’d hear anything major, and impressive from Kiss Daniel after ‘Woju’ and ‘Laye’ was his appearance on ‘Rabba’. I thought ‘Rabba’ was lyrically creative and soulful. I like this new one too.

‘Molue’ borrows from the soulfulness of  ‘Rabba’, though a totally different concept. Sugarboy and Kiss Daniel pick on a simple metaphor and extends it through the length (close to 4 minutes) of the song. The major plus I could locate in this song is that it reveals to naysayers that Kiss Daniel’s style isn’t quie as monotonous as they assume. He’s another new kid on the block who has fashioned a unique style, one you steal only at your peril.

Sugarboy on the other hand is rather ordinary on this one if contrasted with his stellar performance on ‘Rabba’. I’m not sure if he did the tongue twisting after Kiss Daniel’s first verse because that stunt could be the only extraordinary thing he has on the song. Does Kiss Daniel at some point sound like Pastor Soul E in his prime on this track or is it just my imagination?

Overall impression? Not a bad one.

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