Ona Dema Is Plucky And Proficient On Afro-pop Influenced ‘Krazy’

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The timely release of Ona Dema’s new single Krazy is one that bears prominent significance. It has been exactly one year since the sultry-voiced singer debuted under Sony Music with her Dremo-assisted single No Time, a song whose reception was gradual and consistent, earning her good placement across playlist platforms as well as generous spins on radio. While the track gained acceptance, Ona embarked on an extensive boot camp series with some profiled personnel in music. She described the process as “pretty tasking but also very exciting.” Now that she is fresh out of that experience, her energy is being channeled into her rebranding on Krazy.

Krazy is produced by Marvey Muzique. The track blends in Afro sound improvisations with the RnB genre and carries the signature of Ona Dema’s lush canary-like vocals as she recounts some dating and relationship experiences.

I’ve seen situations where a guy takes advantage of a girl because she cares too much. So, in a way, I was speaking for many of us who are tired of being taken for granted”

She explains.

Ona Dema gunned for reliability on Krazy and with the employment of popular Naija lingo used to fiercely caution heartbreakers and playboys, she strikes gold.

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