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Susu’s “So Natural” Isn’t a Bad Debut for Music– Review

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Nigeria’s popular actress, Adesua Etomi also called Susu has just released her debut song– “So Natural” for music career. And, as you can always trust the Nigerian audience, the new single has attracted many criticisms.

While some people have described Susu’s “So Natural” an almost-perfect song from a first-timer, some people find it otherwise.

However for me, “So Natural” isn’t a bad start for Adesua.

Review of Susu’s “So Natural”

Below, I have highlighted my honest view about “So Natural”

  • Lyrics

If there is one thing that I found most true and amazing about the song, it is definitely its lyrics. Just as its title reads, the lines come so natural and beautiful that the listener is connected to her sincerity through the plug of realism.

I ain’t tryna be like Will and Jada
What’s the point of being somebody else
I’m not tryna be like Bey and Hova
I think we got it but I wouldn’t mind their Wealth
You and me look like the perfect picture
We could be another Barack and Michelle
But what we have baby is so peculiar
We don’t need to be like anybody else

Indeed, this might be the honest state of fairs of her relationship as she has always remain unique, true and bold not minding the norm or fashion common to her contemporaries.

You will agree with me that Adesua and Banky has served us really beautiful, unique and authentic content that causes us to celebrate them again and again.

Here, the message is no different as Susu stresses the importance of being oneself. True, we don’t necessarily have to be like somebody else we before we earn a spot in people’s hearts. Like someone said, when you try to be like somebody else, the best you can be is number two.

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Whatever, a close study of the lyrics tells us that Susu doesn’t belong to the band of some artists who have had a bitter experience in the music industry. No. she’s got some prospects in her new career.

  • Beat

Now, what is even more magical about the song is the beat.

Of course, the name Cobhams Asuquo rings a bell when it come to music production. Overtime, Cobhams has produced numerous lit and hit songs for musicpreneurs.

“So Natural” comes with a dope beat. Unique and fresh. Well, I don,t know if anyone noticed the swift switch at 2.58, it is damn beautiful. The ragga interlude is embellishing. Adding an ineffable seasoning to the whole jam!

Did I hear you say it sounded llike a Whatsapp sound again? you must be doing that for clout!

  • Video

If a bad belle has something good to say about Susu’s “So Natural” at all, it is the music video. Personally, I did not expect a disaster from Adesua. She didn’t disappoint, either.

The video is clean and the transitions are spot on.

Away from that, the music video is healthy and good watch. Unlike most music videos that promote indecency.

  • Vibe

Speaking of the delivery of Adesua and the entire crew, I would say that it was nothing short of brilliance.

The choreographers keep our eyes glued to the screen and stole our attention throughout the song. Adesua isn’t a bad dancer either. she serves us with pretty good body moves as we vibe all along.

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Generally, “So Natural” is well interpreted and, we enjoy it.

Watch Susu’s “So Natural”

In the general overview, we’ve got this this to takeaway that if we can stay true to ourselves, stay simple and come so natural just as we are, the world will be a better place. Amen?

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Abegunde Israel
Abegunde Israel is a writer, blogger and SEO expert with many years of experience in writing professional SEO blog posts and traffic-driving content. Some of his articles are featured on the OperaNewsHub and Dailygam.com where he works as a content creator. In 2021, he founded Naija Banquet, a blog that publishes quality content on Literary Reviews, Business, Lifestyle, and Entertainment. Israel is a 300level student of English Literature at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Contact: [email protected], +2348156536074 (WhatsApp).
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