Music Review: “Hey Mama” By Tjan Is Steaming, To Say The Least

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‘Hey Mama’ eulogizes the mothers, a worthwhile offering at that given the pervasive, immeasurable weight of the Ma today. The team of publicists might have seen Mothering Sunday or Mother’s Day a worthwhile period to put this out, but nothing says in any way that the song won’t stay thumping through speakers and headsets for time, a long time to come. This is a hit, nothing cryptic about it being a hit. Absolutely nothing!

 

 

Tjan is turning up major on the palette of quality sounds and finely-blended music. His sound is going to stay the course, it will carve the young man some proper, king-sized renown.

 

 

There are a few notable things about the song; and the groovy, relatable feel of his Afro pop-ness rests top on this list. He is infectious, something like the flu, as he entraps and thrills us in perhaps the coolest ‘newday’ sound since Sean Tizzle’s emergence. Tjan is sky-bound, fam.

 

 

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‘Hey Mama’ eulogizes the mothers, a worthwhile offering at that given the pervasive, immeasurable weight of the Ma today. The team of publicists might have seen Mothering Sunday or Mother’s Day a worthwhile period to put this out, but nothing says in any way that the song won’t stay thumping through speakers and headsets for some time, a long time to come actually.

 

 

This is a hit, nothing cryptic about it being a hit. Absolutely nothing! The radios can use this, the clubs and social gatherings can sip from its virtuosic rhythm and sonic balance. In all, there is no stopping this from staying on our classics collection. What makes it all the more a stand-out cut is not so much the lyrical excellence as much as it’s the subject; the central theme of reverence for the African woman, the mothers, figures so cardinal our overall formation and existence would be in doubt without them.

 

 

This is a shiny studio effort both from JFem’s production angle as well as from the voicing of it. The African vibe interlaced with talking drums and the guitar sizzle things a little more, and makes this all the more a magical something. Jamming, heavy and original material only I wish he had sung a little more in the local dialect. Still, a monster of a tune!

 

 

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Henry Igwe

Henry Igwe

Copywriter. Sanguine. God understands me.

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