At a time when the music trade is seeing an inflow of recent skills, artists who want to make a mark should be capable to distinguish themselves. Pawzz achieves this by displaying versatility whereas exploring mainstream components.
From the bouncy Pop opener, ‘My Thoughts’, Pawzz places ahead his ambition presenting it within the type of a prayer for fulfillment whereas using a formidable Dancehall fashion and acquainted lyrics.
If he supposed to create music that can play on the thoughts of listeners and depart an impression, he achieves this with the ‘Koma’ which provides an perception into his hitmaking capacity.
From Afrobeats document ‘Koma’ to the Amapiano document ‘Guage’, Pawzz understands the necessity to mix danceable beats with catchy and easy-to-follow lyrics for the required stickiness. Whereas he may have used a bit much less singing and wordiness on ‘Guage’, which is an apparent try to attain successful, the only provides enough gratification.
He flexes his vocals on ‘Suga’ the place he once more shows a leaning in direction of Dancehall as he weaves by means of the melody, stretching his vocals whereas sprinkling some adlibs in what’s the most musical tune on the EP.
All by means of the undertaking Pawzz shows spectacular versatility and capped it with ‘Physique Language’ the place he switches to R&B for a stimulating document. Whereas the manufacturing did not hit the required stage because the sax is timid and the chords unstimulating, Pawzz delivered exquisitely.
On ‘Prezz Play’ Pawzz showcased the expertise required to make an impression on listeners.
His capacity to make sticky music that gleans from the mainstream whereas retaining his id is a defining issue that can set him aside and upon which he’ll construct a reputation for himself. And whereas his writing and supply carry indicators of a beginner, they maintain promise.
Total, ‘Prezz Play’ is an honest debut from a younger artist with large ambitions.
• 0-1.9: Flop
• 2.0-3.9: Close to fall
• 4.0-5.9: Common
• 6.0-7.9: Victory
• 8.0-10: Champion
Pulse Score: /10
Album Sequencing: 1.4/2
Songwriting, Themes, and Supply: 1.3/2
Enjoyability and Satisfaction: 1.5/2
Whole: 7.2 – Victory