Enormously brilliant Nigerian entertainer and recording artist, T.I Blaze debuts the music world with an exceptional smash new tune called “My Life.”
Moreover, this amazing hit single follows his previous release, “The Fresh Prince of Lagos EP.”
The singer produces a refreshing sound that could be described as a refreshing change by fusing the fast tempo and intensity of soul music with the pounding and electrical feelings of electronic dance music.
When T.I BLAZE’s upbeat folk song about the commotion and bustle of his childhood years, “Sometimes,” went viral near the end of 2021, it all but confirmed the evolution of Nigerian street pop from the jarring, percussion-inflected carnival fare of its origins to an almost therapeutic art form largely fueled by angst and personal monsters.
T.I BLAZE leans into this contemplative essentially on The Fresh Prince of Lagos EP, settling on an eclectic fusion of minimalist drum patterns, soulful synths, and string arrangements that create an immersive sound. The first words uttered on “Try” provide a glimpse into the anxious mind of the newcomer, whose hollowed-out raps and nimble melodies hammer on the undeniable utility of money.
(Shocker loshey beat)
They call me T.I Blaze, yeah, ayy-ayy
Hmm, yo-yo-oh, oh
Every time man ah been workin’
But, I no fit quit hustle for mummy (hustle for mummy)
Hmm, ayy, ah
Listen and share your thought below: