{Review}: What is so special about Kwaku the Traveller?
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{Review}: What is so special about Kwaku the Traveller?

Kwaku the Traveller Review

For a number of days, Kwaku The Traveller has been topping charts and has gained a lot of popularity in Nigeria. But the reason for this meteoric rise is not far-fetched. Here is why Black Sherif’s Kwaku The Traveller is making waves and topping charts

 

1) Relatability 

Kwaku the Traveller is extremely relatable, especially with its lyrics. When we highlight the part of Kwaku the traveller that says.

Of course I fuc**ed up

Who never fuc**ed up
Hands in the air
No hands?
It speaks to us and makes us examine ourselves.

 

So yes, Kwaku the traveller is very relatable and we are drawn into our past.

But that is not the only thing that matters.

Apparently, he even names himself “Kwaku the hustler” and this may encourage us to come back strong with a hustling spirit no matter the challenge we have been through.

There is something to take from Kwaku the traveller, and it is deep.

Kwaku the traveller, apparently, goes on like a rolling stone. And this is exactly what we should do too.

We should move on even stronger.

 

2) Delivery

If there is something about Kwaku the traveller, it’s about Black Sherif’s delivery on the song.

It is so powerful, so passionate.

It sounds like Black sheriff is discussing a personal thing- something that happened to him or something that he did.

 

kwaku the traveller
Black Sherif

This may have influenced his delivery on Kwaku the traveler.

He delivers Kwaku the traveller with a kind of energy that transfers to us and makes Kwaku the traveller achieves its purpose.

We are drawn into the world of Black Sherif and this makes the song very believable.

We admire Black Sherif’s delivery on Kwaku the traveller, it is indeed powerful.

 

3) Lyricism 

The lyrics of kwaku the traveller suit the theme of the song.

It is highly impressive that Black sherif pays attention more to the lyrics of Kwaku the traveller because a song like kwaku the traveller demands lyrics that establish the purpose of the song and speaks to the audience about Black Sherif.

And this is exactly what Black sheriff did with Kwaku the traveller.

It is noteworthy that the mix and he beats take a backseat and allows Black Sherif’s voice to take the lead and deliver the lyrics of kwaku the traveller so we can hear everything as perfect as possible and take in the lyrics of kwaku the traveller.

Kudos to Black Sherif on this.

The lyrics of Kwaku the traveller also highlights the theme of the song in a way that makes us understand the song very well.

It is indeed good how lyrically embedded kwaku the traveller is. Especially when Black Sherif says:

“Oh I keep going, cos I’m a rolling stone”

So yes, the lyrics of kwaku the traveller by Black Sherif suits the song perfectly.

 

3) Mixing and Production 

The beats on Kwaku the Traveller is hard, and it is applauding how Black Sherif’s voice does not hide below the mix but rises above it that attention is paid to the lyrics of Kwaku the traveller but not the beats.

This highlights the lyrics of kwaku the traveller by Black Sherif and it makes the song sink in its message.

 

4) Replay Value

The passionate delivery, relatability, mixing and production and lyrics of Kwaku the traveller increases its relay value.

Out of all these, the relatability does the most work of making Kwaku the traveller have a high replay value.

You want to listen to Kwaku the traveller as many times as possible!

 

Rating

Delivery: 1.5/2

Lyricism: 1.8/2

Mixing and Production: 1.4/2

Relatability: 1.6/2

Replay Value: 1.7/2

☆Total: 8/10

 

{Lyrics}

 

kwaku the traveller review

{Verse 1}

Yeahhh

Kwaku killa don’t lie when i say i did it,

i did it (i did it, i did it)

Big stacks big cash my way

but still i fumbled it

Under one minute

Still i can’t believe

 

But i can’t blame myself for this shit

I knew mandem was born for this shit,

of course i f*cked up

Who never f*ck up hands in the air, no hands?

Still i can’t believe, you know what i mean

I was young what you expect from me?

 

It is what it is, but i keep going o

More like a rolling stone

Cause i have no stopping time

Can’t nobody stop a man

Oh i keep going on

 

More like a rolling stone

Cause i have no stopping time

Can’t nobody stop a man (youhh)

I go dey run my race

I’m gonna keep my pace

 

Cause? i really have no one to blam?

when i fall again

I can’t stand this pain

I can’t watch me fail

So anytime you pray

Remember my name

 

{Chorus}

Remember you know a traveler

The name is Kwaku the hustler

He’s been far away chasing guallala

I’ll be back again bro, meka menan

I swear on my life

I can’t wait to be back

I know you miss me i know… x2

 

{Verse 2}

They say, when it’s on then it’s on

You can’t stop till it’s done (then it’s ooooooon)

Sika dam na meebor

Abrantie aa masi so, cigarette si mano

 

Ntampe nkoa na meetwe

Cigarette si mano

Cigarette si mano, when it’s on then it’s on

I can’t stop till it’s done (then it’s ooooooon)

Sika dam na meebor

 

Abrantie aa masi so

Cigarette si mano

Ntampe nkoa na meetwe

Cigarette si mano

Cigarette si mano

 

{Bridge}

Nti daaaaa

You’ll see me on the roadside

Talking to the most high… high, high, high

 

{Chorus}

Remember you know a traveler

The name is Kwaku the hustler

He’s been far away chasing guallala

 

I’ll be back again bro, meka menan (i’ll be back again,

i swear on everything)

I swear on my life

I can’t wait to be back

I know you miss me i know

Remember you know a traveler

 

The name is Kwaku the hustler

He’s been far away chasing guallala

I’ll be back again bro, meka menan

I swear on my life

I can’t wait to be back

I know you miss me i know

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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