BBnaija ‘Lockdown’ housemate Vee has gone fully into the music industry as she hits us with an amazing EP Young & Reckless.
Before she went into the house, she had released more than three singles, none of which caught mainstream attention. But here she is, with more people awareness.
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on October 8, 2021 she released her 5-track debut EP, Young & Reckless after a string of new singles.
Her vocal texture and her use of it, as well as the way she delivered ‘Do It’ and ‘Forbidden Fruit’ attest to a plausible R&B roots – not Pop or Afro-whatever.
The best thing about this EP; it’s not excessively rooted in Afro-pop to suit the current trendy palette. Instead, she leads with her R&B roots and creates music with a bop, to form a bridge where lovers of R&B and Afro-pop can peacefully coexist.
She also caresses all the sides to love; trouble in paradise on ‘Do It,’ sex on ‘No Time’ and the latter parts of ‘Show’ while rocky romance forms the basis of ‘Forbidden Fruit.’
Barring ‘Do It,’ the authenticity in the highlighted sections of those three songs tempts this writer to opine that those stories feel too real to be made up. There is too much picture-esque detail in her songwriting for those stories to be random. If they are, Vee and her songwriters should take some plaudits for authenticity.