[Video] Music Review: OVERDOSE By Mavins, Crayon, Ayra Starr, LADIPOE, Magixx & Boy Spyce

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A fantastic new jam from the Mavins has arrived just in time for the summer. One of the biggest record labels in Africa, Mavin Records, released this song titled “Overdose (New Song”), recorded by LadiPoe, Crayon, Ayra Starr, Magixx, and Boy Spyce. Everyone is currently rocking to this song. Mavin has gathered most of the artists together and dropped a song.

This is a super chill song which has an Afropop vibe to it. Because there are numerous artists on it, it gives a lot of flavour and spice. It brings some extra vibe and fire. Crayon did a good job of setting the mood. Ayra Starr came and added more intensity to it. Lapidoe’s deep voice helped to smooth out the beat. Crayon is sand-switching the verses together with a recurring chorus. Boy Sypce has a unique voice, and it really stands out. I find it amazing that the newest member of the group was able to succeed in such a manner. He didn’t allow himself to get swallowed by the beat. He really brought his A-game on. The new generation of Mavin Records artists worked very hard to produce this stunning harmony for their fans.

The music video was so cool and organic. Personally, it was energizing to see Don Jazzy in the video. Fun and family-friendly themes permeate the video. They appear to be having fun in a room with other individuals based on the style, setting, and method of filming. It’s nice how the camera moves from one artist to the next.

I assure you that you will definitely smile as you listen to this music.

Stream Overdose here:

https://bit.ly/3cHRcxY on Youtube.

https://spoti.fi/3vgKgOO  on Spotify                                                       

https://bit.ly/3OAKqHs  on boomplay

https://apple.co/3oCCue1 on apple music

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