Jaido P and Olamide team up for a new number titled, Tesinapot. The street pop record was produced by Crackermallo.
Read the review below:
Cracker made a groovy Afro-house instrumental. Typified by minimal, raw and repetitive sound with heavy bass beats but without the four-on-the-floor rhythm pattern, the song had a high feel of the Gqom genre. Jaido P came through with a catchy hook and smooth sailing verse. Olamide's unique timbre and vocal cadence gave the song a whole new feel. His flows also hit differently. The overall production was great and the vocals were clear, audible, and they sat well with the beat.
This was just another street-pop song with unwavering lyrics that don't even make any sense. There was no atom of creativity or actual lyricism played out. As they say, "It's just vibes."