Gee Camp (@kymo_kingin, @stunnahgee, @tizzeon, @dotundazzler) – On the Low (Cover)

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Stunnah Gee unleashes Gee Camp with the no holds barred AfroBeats treatment of the

Angel banger ‘On the Low’ featuring Jeremih, Eric Bellinger, Dappy and Wretch 32. The original,

which features a stellar calibre of artists like Jeremih, Eric Bellinger, Wretch 32, Dappy and Angel

himself, is already a top notch sizzler, that for Gee Camp to add any more value to this hit, they

would have to bring their A game. This is exactly what they did. Stunnah Gee’s Camp comprising of

Kymo, Stunnah Gee, T-izze and Dotun Dazzler tore into the song and recrafted it to a whole new

audience, exposing Angel’s intoxicating melody to an Afro-Trap- Soul music thirsty audience.

AfroBeats audiences globally are beginning to be tuned into Trap-Soul music which is what

the Original ‘On the Low is’, what Gee Camp delivers is a version tailor-made to the AfroBeat

audience in the lingo, bitesize and with faces the audience have grown used to on their screens. The

portrait that the Original ‘On the Low’ paints is that of the artist who is assuring the listener that

despite the fact they have not been in the headlines as much as they used to, they have still been

getting paid fantastically behind the scenes. Angel goes into elaborate detail in describing how he

has been ghost-writing for a lot of the artists winning accolades including Grammys and so on. Gee

Camp has taken good care to not stray far away from the original message, however delivering it

with the style and charisma the AfroBeat audiences have grown accustomed to.

Angel’s hook is left intact with his intro and drop, then comes Kymo, who delivers the first

verse, flawless in his delivery, depicting his lifestyle, engaging the listener with his entertaining

comedic flow and lyrics like “No bus stop for sky”. You can hear Stunnah Gee’s sublime honey

smooth voice moulds distinctly to the repeat hook as the maestro eases his way into verse 2. His

approach to the verse shows this prowess; masterfully caressing the beat with his soulful voice, with

skilful pauses, tantalising the listener, carrying them along on the melodic journey. In comes T-izze

who easily makes you forget he is also a superstar producer, picks up where Stunnah Gee left off,

managing to not drop the ball, carrying the audience along until the hook drops, he proves his

versatility, with his timely switches between singing and rapping and almost bringing a Drake-like

feel to his approach. Dotun Dazzler with his verse is cementing his position as a top contender for

the Rap King of Nigeria with his unique ability to blend his British accent with Yoruba immaculately,

switching back and forth and using this blend to lay emphasis with words what other rapper would

struggle to conjure up let alone match his speed and agility on the track. With an image to match the

superb take on an already uber track, Gee Camp are surely sending out a message that there is a

new empire rising, a new dynasty establishing, a new era dawning. Listen, like, comment, download & share below.

 

 

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