Ever since their entry onto the music scene some years ago with Yawa Girl, the two have gone on to delight music lovers with kiss your hand featuring Wande Coal, adey mad, agyeei and Life (Walaahi) but the bomb shell has been Odo, which took many days perhaps weeks for people to believe that this master piece came from the Tema lads.
The staying power of this song is the use of a sizzling highlife beat and the infusion of rap rendering it a classic Hip life song. The duo did to this song what Reggie Rockstone did to keep your eyes on the road, where Reggie sampled Alhaji K. Frimpong’s beat and rapped over it.
Immense credit should also go to Killbeatz for such masterful production. But the one flaw of R2bees which I want them to address is their average performance on stage; so far, it has been their weakest link and one that they have to take seriously if they are to be regarded as consummate entertainers.
Need I add that the video clip for Odo should feature traditional apparels and accessories such as kente, ahenema and beads to reflect the highlife feel and lay a bridge to capture the elderly folks.