Beejay Danjuma has had a Good of a career so far.
From Niger State Artists of the year, to independent artist still dropping hits to, well, back to the streets
It’s as though the events of the past have forced Beejay to return back to the basics. With his style, his approach, even his music, sometimes. It’s been good for the guy so far.
His 2020 – 2021 Songs has received generally positive to mixed reviews. For a guy who has struggled to get the industry to pay attention to his craft, it was a good one. His last hit, “Believe” was on that project and honestly, that was enough to make it acclaimed.
Well, “Believe” is only his last hit if we don’t count the much recent “Wahala.” A song I’ve said embodies his tumultuous experiences, the turbulence, the rise, the fall, the struggle, and the resilience that has kept him going anyway. Now, that is a song.
Lucky for him, “Believe and Wahala” is doing all right and he could as well use this momentum to put out another project and get more acclaim, or at least make one hit.
“Rhythm of Beejay” EP
“Rhythm of Beejay” is not very different from what he did on
Cool afro numbers that may either be the next big tune on the streets or just be a pleasure for fans of Beejay, who will play him no matter what, anyway.
Except for “Deserve,” the songs don’t exactly sound like they were made at a different time from the rest of the songs. While that might be a good thing, since Beejay isn’t bad at all, this might also imply that he’s stuck.
But critically, the EP is just average. There is not enough diversity, it is awfully short, there is no clear statement, It’s just there. Perhaps as singles, they’d have done better.
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