Oxlade And Show Dem Camp Lead With Wise Words On Basketmouth’s ‘Myself’

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Basketmouth is back in the fold and in what one can summarize as a melodic amalgamation of sound and style, he enlists Oxlade and Show Dem Camp on Myself, a song about living within one’s means.

Ducktor Sett is the brain behind the fusion of neo-Highlife, Hip-hop, and Afro-pop that gives life to Oxlade’s mesmeric chorus which in turn ushers in a philosophical verse woven with street slangs that make his delivery, relatable. Show Dem Camp as usual throw their listeners into fits of nostalgia, tracing their come up with references to the early ’10s sound that inspired their signature flow.

Myself is Basketmouth’s attempt at a career rejuvenation and with talents like Oxlade and Show Dem Camp powering the single, his re-entrance has a brighter prospect.

4 Comments

  1. Watch The Laid-back Video For Basketmouth's Myself says:

    […] his highly anticipated web series, Papa Benji. One of the tracks that stood out on the album was, Myself and this month, it gets treated to a video, announcing the arrival of the series and reinforcing […]

  2. Waje And Ladipoe Redefine Love Stories In Video For Ride Or Die says:

    […] sacrifice its quality for diversity. Songs on the album like the Oxlade and Show Dem Camp assisted Myself speak to the individuality of Basketmouth’s kinfolk while others like Play, Chike, and […]

  3. Basketmouth, Falz And Kwabena Kwabena Create Springy Delight On Ghana Jollof says:

    […] off his stellar cross-cultural crossover into music, the ten-track Yabasi, a debut rife with fan-favorites strong and relatable to […]

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