Dr Dr Sid! He’s always in the news these days. This time its due to his outburst over a review written by a website on his record label member D’prince new album, Frenzy which apparently didn’t do so well according to the review. Read his rants below:
These rants were directed towards the popular entertainment. TheNetng was the website that had first publicized Dr Sid’s chat with Davido where he lashed out about D’Banj suppressing them under Mo’Hits.
Here are excerpts from TheNetng’s review that got Dr. Sid pissed:
Just as he sang about a certain girl called ‘Amina’ on a track of the same name, Frenzy is flashy but lacks substance.
D’Prince has never paraded himself as a ‘deep’ or ‘conscious’ artiste, so don’t expect depth on this album.
What you will get from him are mostly party tracks.
‘Bad Girl’ the album’s opener experiments with country music and rock. The result isn’t that great, as D’Prince sings “I dey pop, I am not a pauper, drinks flying in the air like a chopper.
More cringe worthy lines pop up on ‘Shower’ when D’Prince actually says ‘my money wey dey ooze like chuku chuku’.
On ‘No More Sleeping On ‘Em’ where Wizkid awkwardly boasts of having a 9mm gun like David Banner, D’Prince drops another wack line when he sings ‘I don grow o, I chop Don Jazzy fertilizer. It’s not something that you find in your Tantalizer’.
When a superhero is in trouble, his superhero friends come in and rescue him. Fellow Mavins, Wande Coal and Tiwa Savage save the latter end of the LP with their feature on ‘Ojoro’ and ‘Ife’ respectively.
They help salvage the album as lackluster songs (Chant, Thank You) threaten to drown it.
Frenzy partially lives up to its name, as it boats of songs that fuel your party rage.
It just doesn’t take you through the whole night as it runs out of ideas and gets low on creative fuel.
You may have one hell of a ride bumping this album, but you’ll be left with a nasty hangover the morning after, wondering where the plot was lost.
This is mean sha. Lol