Review: Sess The Prblm Kid Prepares To Rock The Spotlight


Sess the PRBLM - Spotlight EP
Sess the PRBLM – Spotlight EP

Sess is a profound record producer who is so talented. However, he is also a gifted singer whom we could even refer to as one of the best-kept secrets existing as a record producer whose talents for singing are yet to fully encompass listeners in the Nigerian music landscape.

His vocal range is sporadic and sounds like the kind we might be unable to do without in the Nigerian music industry. Moreover, he is unique and perfectly understands how to orchestrate and put tunes together, as a majority of the songs on his debut project “Spotlight“, comes with high replay value and has a way to ultimately suit listeners’ hunger and thirst for great sounds within local music spaces and beyond.

Sess is a genius. He got the superstar power in him and with his qualitative songwriting and means in which he takes us into a variety of quality storytelling from his ambitions which was x-rayed on the first track assisted by audio excerpts from Oprah Winfrey’s 1995 interview alongside the king of Pop Micheal Jackson. He desires the spotlight and believes it is where he truly belongs.

Sess The Prblmkid also understands how to tell one of the most wonderful love tales ever. He understands how to beautify and also uplift the listener’s soul through his music just as he delivered on the last track alongside, Yemi Alade.

Furthermore, Spotlight is promising and it serves as a replica that defines the beginning for Sess where he plunges himself into delivering creatively, with great invites on the extended play from super-stars who excellently featured alongside. The likes of Simi, Adekunle Gold, Pycho YP, Teni and Yemi Alade. The collaboration is outstanding and from one track to the other, it is full of an outlandish operation which anyone would enjoy. Although some tracks were groovy and poppy, others had experiences next to hip-hop as one was rendered with the young Nigerian rapper, Pyscho YP.

While the Record production credits were drawn from Pheelz, Seyifunmi Micheal, Spax, and more including the record executive heralding each end of the play known as Alhaji Popping.

Well, producing records for Sess and referring to him as excellent is proper. Nevertheless, if one has to consider him a singer as well that can never be neglected. He is simply preparing to rock the spotlight and upon these varieties of records, he pulls the weight and this is how hard he can go as much as we believe he has more in stock for us. Because, rocking on the spotlight is continuous and for someone seeking to be on such radar, he has lots of prices to pay, inclusively.

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