Bnxn bad since 97 review

BNXN “Bad Since ’97” EP Review: 4 Takeaways

BNXN Bad Since ’97 EP Review: 

Here is a review of Bad Since ’97 EP by BNXN brought to you by The Scoove Africa. Here are 4 takeaways from BNXN’s second Extended Play- Bad Since ‘97



BNXN Bad Since ’97 EP Review

Here are four takeaways from BNXN’s “Bad Since ’97 EP

  • BNXN’s Bad Since ’97 is lyrically applauding. The songwriting shows that much effort was put into it to make it an authentic body of work
  • The Delivery on this EP dwindles and pick up. It could have been so much better if the delivery helped the tracks hit more than they did
  • The Track Sequencing of Bad Since ’97 was not done as properly as it should have been done.
  • BNXN’s Bad Since ’97 has a good replay value and will spend a long, long time on charts


Bad Since ’97 Review 

Bad Since ‘97” Track is the EP opener and it’s actually really good. The delivery needs work, but lyrically, the track sounds really amazing.

It is a quick summary of how BNXN describes himself as a musical genius and that he is here to take his place.

It is really good as it sets the tone for Bad Since ’97 itself.

BNXN Bad Since ’97 EP Review shows that “Bad Man Wicked” is almost too synonymous with Bad Since ’97 because apart from the fact that the mixing and production makes the songs sound identical, the fact that we just listened to “Bad Since ‘97” makes the song theme clash.

Bad Since 97 review


Note on the track sequencing here, Bad Man Wicked should not have come as number 2 track immediately after Bad Since ’97.

Many Ways” Featuring Wizkid lacks that staunch delivery needed to make this song a hit.

The song has a sultry “having sex-song” vibe, but it should have been made to sound sexier than it was.

However, that side, “Many Ways’ remain a love/bedroom track. Meanwhile, it is not the best track on Bad Since 97’ EP

Kenkele is a single off this album and we are here for it. The delivery is on point, the song sounds so original and is reminiscent of that really contemporary African sound that blends into that Afro vibe that we really want to listen to.

No wonder it is a hit track. Both BNXN and Wande Coal did their best. Arguably, it has one of the best lyrics and it is still the most replayable song so far on Bad Since 97’ Ep. The chorus is also really catchy.

Lastly, BNXN Bad Since ’97 EP Review indicates that In My Mind is such a beautiful song that may get ignored by fans on this EP. It is such an Afro-classic RNB song that makes Bad Since ’97 EP sound so holistic.

It has that amazing percussion and comparison that makes the song peaks at Relatability.

Then comes Modupe, Olamide really made this song a jam. It has slow beats and he still ran with it to make it an amazing song. Modupe comes after Kenkele and “In My Mind” in terms of replay value.

As an EP closer, Loose Emotions is not bad, it has good lyrics, but the delivery is disturbing. This track would have been a hit if it had been well delivered.

But then, the idea may be that it wasn’t made to be a hit song and therefore much was not put into it


Stream Bad Since ’97 here


Delivery: 1.3/2

Relatability: 1.4/2

Mixing and Production: 1.3/2

Lyricism: 1.6/2

Replay Value: 1.5/2

☆Total: 7.1/10


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Buju- Daniel Benson, who now goes by BNXN, was born on May 19, 1997. His genre of music- of Afrobeats, is referred to as “Afrofusion“.

He is a songwriter, singer and record producer who got very famous after featuring Ladipoe on the song “Feeling” which later on became a hit.

BNXN also gained maximum attention for his refix of “Italy” with Blaq Diamond.

Bnxn Bad Since 97 Review

BNXN has also been on a number of respectable collaborations like “Mood” with Wizkid off his “Made in Lagos“ deluxe album, and “Bling” with Blaqbonez, who recently released a new single- “Commander“.

To date, BNXN has released two extended plays {EP} titled “Sorry I’m late” Sorry I’m Late is the extended play (EP) project of Nigerian Singer and songwriter BNXN, It was released on October 27, 2021, under the management of T.Y.E/ Empire Records.

It features guest appearances from Nigerian Highlife music duo, The Cavemen, and production from Steph, Perlz, Denzl, Timi Jay and Rexxie. Mixed and mastered by Vtek and Poppil.

Consequently, BNXN embarked on a “Sorry I’m late tour”

Buju {BNXN} performed his first show in London on November 30, which marked  the beginning of his “Sorry I’m Late” tour.

On the 22nd of December, 2021, Buju headlined his first sold-out concert tagged ‘Buju: Sorry I am Late’, which is also his debut concert in Lagos. The concert was held at Balmoral Convection centre, Lagos.

The concert had surprise performances from top stars that include Wizkid, Burnaboy, Omah Lay, Zlatan and Zinoleesky.

Buju- BNXN has over 16 personal singles and eight songs as a featured artist.


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