How Afrobeats has become an unstoppable musical force.”
While many fans are still trying to discern and decode the many shades of afrobeats, the music continues to grow exponentially and become more innovative and diverse. While the use of sampling has been around for a while, it’s now being incorporated seamlessly into the production of much of Afrobeats’ sound.
“Afrobeats has come a long way,” says the singer, whose real name is Adele. “We’re always trying to push things forward. We’ve learned a lot from the fans and made many of our own improvements. Many of our songs are now completely different and there is much more on the way, which is exciting for us.”
However, fans have been quick to criticize and criticize, and for good reason. One of the best criticisms often comes from members of the public, who are often critical of the act for its lyrics. For example, “I Go High” on the Afrobeats compilation “Nomads” has a line in it that reads “Fuck your family, fuck your friend / Fuck your dog, fuck your lover / Fuck the world / Fuck the moon, fuck the stars / Fuck the sky / Fuck the sun / Get out of my way, let me fucking take it,” which, while not offensive or controversial, has been labeled in some circles as being a little gay.
“We’re proud of the lyrics that we write, they’re a very important part of Afrobeats’ sound, and we know our fans love them. As a society, we want to be able to debate our music and our lyrics without criticism, and if we can make one person upset it really isn’t worth it. As for the comment on the song ‘I Go High,’ we have no plans to release an album that has sexual connotations.”
Perhaps the only person who can truly debate the song is the writer, Afrobeats’ label mate G-Eazy. “I Go High” is one of the few tracks on “Nomads” that the singer has recorded a remix for in the works, and he hasn’t seen the