As the acclaim of his celebrity performance on Wizkid’s SoundMan Vol. 1 continues to grow, so does Producer, Blaq Jerzee’s confidence, and this week, it comes in the form of the release of his highly anticipated single, Olo.
Relayed over the tempered synthesized drums we’ve come to associate with the Starboy brand, one informally called Afro-fusion, is an assortment of pidgin-English articulated metaphors that allude to Blaq Jerzee’s apparent intense feelings for the song’s muse. In colorful bawdy ways bound to become quotable lines, the Producer meets Singer, reveals his intention for this woman.
Blaq Jerzee is here to stay, as a Producer and Singer, and his passion is palpable in his dynamic delivery, one that speaks to either a natural talent or an in-depth study of music consumerism in Nigeria.