Timz finally makes a major breakthrough this year with this criticism demanding release targeted at mirroring the physical dexterity and phenomenalism of legendary icon, Michael Jackson. The record was produced by Semzi.
The song started with exactly the same drum pattern as T Classic’s “Nobody Fine Pass You” but Semzi immediately changed the variation 8 seconds into the song. The instrumentation of the song was good nonetheless and Semzi made a nice blend of Fuji and Afro pop to fit into Bad Boy Timz’s style of delivery. Timz came through an okay vibe that just felt too comfortable for him.
First impressions go a long way but following up and showing you belong is typically the harder part. Building on impressive releases early on, Bad Boy Timz makes an honest attempt at consistency but delivers this particular piece on a rather relaxed note.
Timz gets romantic on a beat that draws inspiration from P Square’s Beautiful Onyinye, he tries to get the audience moving singing “gbese lekan nkan.”
Bad Boy Timz also makes a case for himself as a braggadocious smooth operator as he tries to convince her he’s all about the things he says and has and can prove it.