With “Monaco,” Dremo provides his admirers with exactly the inspiration they require.
Nigerian rap occasionally experiences an existential crisis.
Rappers feel that the public finds it difficult to share their viewpoints, despite claims from critics that the rappers misjudge their audience.
In the midst of all of this, a specific group of rappers have defied the trend and gained some clout with the public by making accessible music that appeals to the anxieties and feelings of their fan base.
Rapper Dremo releases his second single of the year, building on the popularity of his most recent duet with Simi.
In the song “Monaco,” Dremo teams up with the in-form beatmaker Niphkeys and unleashes his trademark energetic rap flow, which we have grown to love over the years.
Monaco uses drill sounds that have been heavily upgraded, together with pounding drums and melancholy synths.
Monaco encourages listeners to continue pursuing every chance by conveying the lesson of Dremo’s unwavering work ethic despite distractions.
Prior to the release of his third studio album, Monaco captures Dremo’s distinctiveness and front-row status with the good reception that followed the release of his most recent single, CONFAM, which has amassed over 5 million listens so far.