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“Sare”: Simi goes historic with new song {Review}

“Sare”: Simi goes historic with new song {Review}

Simi “Sare” Review

Simi is out with her latest song “Sare” off her forthcoming album, and honestly, it’s a jam.

Simi “Sare” Review

Simi sprinkled some “Niniola” vibes on “Sare” and it makes the song sound different when you listen to it.

The theme is uncommon, and if you don’t listen intently to the lyrics, you may not decipher easily that it’s Simi on the beat {Well, except her angelic voice…}

Sare” focuses on a love story about attention. Simi claims she has her own money, because:

“Anything I need, I take from my kolo”

She demands attention from her lover because she wants him all the time. She wants something, anything from him that attaches her to him.

Significance

Simi’s “Sare” is hundred percent afrobeats. The lyrics and beats are traceable to the 90s where Nigerian women- or African women generally made a little money from their petty businesses.

This is why Simi says: “I’m getting money…I’m getting lucky”, but they don’t get enough attention from their husbands, and it is this kind of attention they demand from their husband.

The lyrics on “Sare” depict that the relationship is not entirely a love one. Rather, it’s more of attachment.

You don’t want just “anything” from somebody you love. You want everything from them. This is understandable because of the subduing conditions women had then and how they took whatever was given to them.

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Flexibility

Simi goes all dexterous on “Sare“. She tweaks her own lyrics to make the song sound sizzling! She inserts tuneless lyricism to make the song even more interesting- which is the first time Simi would be doing something like this.

She even inserts some Spanish lyrics! Way to go!

Although “Sare” does not entirely match most of Simi’s songs, it is different.

It is characterized by a unique tune and glibs that makes it sound like Simi has sampled contemporary Afrobeats music continually and decided to leave the space of her low-key RNB to produce a timeless afrobeats song such as “Sare“.

Mixing and Production

Of course, Simi is a song engineer. “Sare” was ultimately produced. The beats are intriguing, and it makes “Sare” have the potential of being the soundtrack to a movie.

Delivery
Simi’s Delivery on “Sare” is commendable. She doesn’t over-do her vocals because she storytells a relationship that doesn’t exactly speak love, but attachment. Her delivery is cool and passionate enough.

Flaws

Sare” sounds incomplete. For a song like this, at least one more verse should have been added since all the verses are in fact, short. It would have made “Sare” a perfect listen.

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Rating

Delivery: 1.5/2

Mixing and Production: 1.7/2

Lyricism: 1.5/2

Relatability: 1.7/2

Replay value: 1.6/2

☆Total: 8/10

Simi sare

Lyrics

Gimme Gimme love

{Verse 1}
Oh no
I don’t want to spend the night alone
It’s so low (para)
Yolo
Anything I need I take am from my kolo

{Chorus}
I’m getting money
I’m getting lucky
I heard you calling
You’re up to Something

Gimme gimme gimme love
If you no get love, gimme chop
If you no get back, gimme front
Just gimme gimme gimme something

Sare
Sare sare sare wa gba
Sare
Sare sare sare wa gba
Sare wa o
Sare sare sare wa gba
Sare
Sare sare sare wa gba
Sare wa gba

{Verse 2}
Oh no
I don’t want to miss a thing no no for more (para)
She say don’t you keep me waiting o
Make me proud like papilo
Do it like a latino
Que eu reke tu se pas


{Chorus}

I’m getting money
I’m getting lucky
I hear you calling
You’re up to Something

Gimme gimme gimme love
If you no get love gimme chop
If you no get back gimme front
Just gimme gimme gimme something

Sare
Sare sare sare wa gba
Sare
Sare sare sare wa gba
Sare wa o
Sare sare sare wa gba
Sare
Sare sare sare wa gba
Sare wa gba

Gimme gimme gimme love
If you no get love gimme chop
If you no get back gimme front
Just gimme gimme gimme something

Gimme gimme gimme love
If you no get love gimme chop
If you no get back gimme front
Just gimme gimme gimme something

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