The Afrobeats act showcases versatility as rapper and singer on this four track music project, but needs more diversity on the tracks.
Flow draws inspiration from the place of love, romance and feelings for a lady as expressed in 'African beauty' and 'Loving about you'.
No doubt, he's skilled as a rapper, but he interestingly doubles up as a singer on the record 'Alagbara sabi cry', one of the love themed songs on the EP.
Flow takes pride in his emotional side as he rides on the 'romantic wheel' in 'African beauty', 'Loving about you' and 'Alagbara sabi cry', the songs that could be said to define Flow's direction and inspiration, that is love, for the EP.
The track 'Haba' is more of an up-tempo fire track straight up dance-ready for the club hoppers.
For Flow to gain even higher grounds, perhaps more experimentation will be needed, and should not stick to the one-dimensional 'train' that sees the subject of love take the chunk of the four tracks he presents on this EP, he may need more daring subject and edgy matters, not playing it safe.
Flow showcases skill and versatility as rapper and singer on this four-track music project, but needs more diversification on the subject takes. In all, he should do well to not lose his originality.
3-Worth Checking Out