Direct and punchy lines delivered with a hint of Jamaican Patois
Ashman (Ifeanyi Ashamole) left Nigeria for tertiary studies in Ghana. But it appeared that there was more besides formal education lying in wait for him in the coastland of gold. In an exclusive interview with Ikenna Okeh of UbuntuFM, he reveals that the inspiration for OBServe came at a time when Nigeria suffered a recession at the same time when Ghana was undergoing dire economic conditions.
Solid beat, with a varying rhythm that hooks the listener. The producer did a great job of being reasonable in the use of digital effects so as not to threaten the originality of the music. Memorable chorus and melodious vocals. This is the kind of song fit to leave on constant replay.