‘Bamidele’, ‘Shabba’ and ‘Hakuna matata’ wrap up what has been a tedious affair, with very little to consume and no lasting highlights. If anything, this work comes across as a flimsy attempt to show quantity for time spent with HKN, with very little thought given to the quality of release.
But in the effort department, you cannot fault Danagog. The singer has the second HKN body of work to be released after Davido’s smash hit “O.B.O” album. In that order he has leapfrogged other signed acts B-Red, Sina Rambo, and Deekay. Perhaps the next two years will have him show growth, and gain perspective and a sonic direction for all of his hard work. If that happens, he surely will get his big break. Over to you, Danagog.