‘If the music is loud and with a trending dance, it’s very likely I figure out the lyrics of the song as we play on.’ A young music enthusiast told me that and it made me wonder if artistes should even consider poetic-authentic lines for their songs.
Maybe they should please!
So much has changed about how people listen to songs and get involved with all streams of emotion that break out all over you.
The 21st-century music enthusiast may have mastered the impatience that comes with several options, are you one of them?
Nigerian songs are taking over the music charts and everything about the music science that explains why is slipping away.
In our new evolution of music, beats come first, the imagination of how the beat makes you feel takes over and eventually, we can consider the lyrics.
The globalisation of music is very important as slang are changing the very culture of dictionary adaption of words.
Here are few words to look out for
A slang originating from Lagos, Nigeria; being popularized through media, in music and comedy. — To catch a vibe completely
Acting big man: One exercising of power in the absence of the boss
Ajepaco: someone who was brought up in the harsh way of life, also a local champion.
You find a thousand of these words joined together in an escape rhythm.The new music is breaks many definition including the need to ditch the lyrics and #KeepVibing
Vibing Live, a free curated DJ music stream from Nigeria that is listened to by people from over 50 countries around the world. Vibing live was launched as a DJ music web-based platform on July 29, 2020, and since then has grown over a 12 months period with streaming access on over 40 platforms.
Vibing allows you to stay at home and enjoy party music on an unarguably new station music format of DJ mix. Vibing plays about 50 songs every hour, the average radio station plays 24 songs in 60 minutes.
The app features Vibing LIVE, Vibing Gospel and Vibing Talk.