Not3s’s One More Time comes at a time when the UK-based’s artist’s home country, Nigeria, is in turmoil. Despite its wrong timing in this part of the world, the Highest follow up comes as a breath of fresh air and release from the grim words that have taken over our airwaves since the start of the month.
Over Isaac Adoasi and Remedee’s chopped and screwed percussion-driven instrumental, the synergetic duo of Not3s and AJ Tracey pen down words, confident and braggadocious enough to serve as pedestals for them to stand on and observe their subordinates according to them.
The upbeat single takes a turn when they leave self-appraisal to woo women. This diversion speaks to their true intention: show off in a bid to impress the women of their dreams.
One More Time‘s release is accompanied by a video that mirrors their confidence laced lyrics and a van that’s been making it’s way through the streets of London in the past week, promoting the single’s release.