Victony’s “Outlaw” EP Review

Victony’s search of a smash hit culminated in his recently released 7 track EP “Outlaw.” Victony has wonderful talent, his debut 6-track offering in 2020 titled “Saturn” ushered him into the vanguard of Nigeria’s next best talents.

His assist on Mayorkun’s addictive “Holy Father,” topped the charts and was later closed by an excellent cinematic visual directed by TG Omori. Victony also left trails of his phenom on Rexxie’s “Nataraja EP” and BOJ’s sophomore studio album “Gbagada Express” on track 11 “Unconsciously.”

It is on the same trail in which he established vocal opulence, and lyrical strength worthy upon his sophomore EP “Outlaw.” Upon Outlaw, he brings to the table his art of versatility which spreads aboard the project from track one to the end.

The project counts a couple of outstanding scores which includes the percussion and melodic driven “Jolene” assisted by Ktizo, the wonderful progressive “Soweto,” can’t be left out of place either, even as the Blaise Beats produced “Kolomental,” was crunchy and strongly configured as well as the Amapiano “Apollo” and the super “All Power,” which adulates a woman’s body and butt specifically.

On a final note, Victony’s topics were a bit sparse, he calls himself and his gang of ‘Outlaws’ champions on the title track while glorifying God and appreciating the almighty’s grace upon his career. On “Chop & Slide,” he unfolds the risque nature of one romantic relationship. “Jolene,” seems like a story of unrequited love, which ends with a call to the police. Whereas Victony’s “Outlaw” was executed with so much creativity and an experience albeit all that he has been through, he has held on to what he knows best.

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