Magixx’s Atom EP, alludes his love and care free attitude, he is only getting started

Last year, Magixx, was signed with Mavin Records and there after his debut self titled extended play was unveiled. His co-sign was no different from Boy Spyce who was launched earlier this year, alongside the release of his debut EP, and that of Ayra Starr, who had a graceful year in review with Magixx the same year they were launched.

Meanwhile, the beautiful talents that these artistes posses speaks of enough cultural novelty. It has spoken once for Magixx after his critically acclaimed debut extended play, it spoke generously for Ayra Starr and Boy Spyce, and now it ultimately speaks for the Mavin all stars after they jointly dished out the Donjazzy produced — “Overdose” featuring Crayon, Magixx, Ladipoe, Ayra Starr and Boy Spyce. It is the same flare for good music that Magixx propagates his sophomore extended play which shoulders his carefree attitude. He craves fun, non-stop enjoyment with his quite beautiful approach to sonic diversity, telling his plush and intense love tales that might yield an unending romance with his woman.

Also, Magixx, pays attention to detail, it is one of the quality “Atom EP” flows with down to a smouldering cohesion that powered each track. The opener “All Over,” has Magixx crooning his endearing love for his lover. While he seemed entangled in between her love, he spectacularly chorused ‘all over’ with a certain amount of grit and carefree attitude attached as to how he has grown affection with readiness to spend all his dime on her. However, his pen game is on the spike. And upon “Weekenjoyment,” he plays around the core of Yoruba local percussions to relish splendour and hedonism as the saxophone politely graces the song, it enlivens the beauty, as it becomes another track akin to Fela Kuti’s creations. In addition, his diversity shined through, and it wasn’t short lived on the project either.

With “Shaye,” he embraced all of his carefree nature completely, the one that vouche’s for an edge to edge fun and enjoyment. Particularly, the one that loves to party and relish in the vibe all along as Magixx alludes his turn up to Tiwa Savage, and went further to give an happy ending to the project there after. Finally, “Forever,” was the closing track where he goes back to the tail end of love, confessed his love interest and accepts that he’d be with his woman forever. Unarguably, this is one of the most outstanding track off the project. However, Magixx is just getting started and this project alludes to his carefree attitude and nature that often falls in love.

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