Nedu hosts Poko Lee on this and the overall work is slightly catchy, very unlike what we would have thought. The opening parts have her singing, something extra weak and bland, a petty attempt at redoing a Jamaican reggae flow. Still, it manages to keep our attentions into the little-over-3minutes joint.
Nedu’s portion of the contribution is around average at best; which means there’s no expecting much from this vocally into the closing minutes.
Ikon has the production credits for “Play” and that’s about the only thing of joy on here. Lyrically, there’s nothing of substance to draw from or enjoy on the record. Tonto Dikeh is flat for the most part of things here. Nedu hustles round and round in a bid to step things up, but his is nothing exactly noteworthy; a wild goose chase of sorts.
Both singers are on here in a very spasmodic, passable way and form. And for the supreme Ikon presence steering ship in production aspects, there’s nothing else to say about this one.
Listen and rate, a Hit or a Miss?