As I watched the video for the song “Lagbaja” by Peruzzi, I noticed that he tried to mimic Davido’s style. I guess you all noticed that too. But is it really necessary? Shouldn’t he keep to his style? What do y’all think? Let us know via the comment box.
Meanwhile, I am trying to understand what the song is about, although I love the video and the artiste’s poise.
What is the song Lagbaja by Peruzzi about?
Regardless of the unconnected lyrics, the artist may be talking about how people don’t own up to their mistakes or crimes. They don’t always want to admit or take responsibility for whatever wrong they do.
Peruzzi may also be talking about how unstoppable he is musically and otherwise regardless of people’s efforts to stop him. He says he is unstoppable because he is anointed.
Lyrically: The lyrics are bland, empty, unconnected, and are pretty confusing. The artist composed lyrics like he was chatting with his pals, who already knew what he was talking about.
This song may be hard for listeners and viewers to decipher. However, because of the use of the popular word “Lagbaja,” the artiste may have captured the interest of viewers.
Peruzzi sang in pidgin and fused with some Igbo words.
The song comes in two verses; he took the chorus thrice. The lyrics are in array but unclear. It is pretty hard to give meaning to the song.
For instance, what does he mean by “I never did it o?”
Peruzzi used too many phrases!
Vocal: The artiste’s vocal was clear, and he was consistent with the vocal quality.
Melody: It is tuneful, but the rhythm doesn’t flow so well. The beat is similar to Kizz Daniel’s “Fuck you” beat. The major instruments used in the song’s composition include drum, piano, shakers, and harp.