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Blaqbonez’s “Sex Over Love” Deluxe Edition, A Complete Waste Of Time?


Back in the day, doing different versions of one album is a task reserved for overachievers and big dawgs in the industry.
But we are not back in the day. And, Emeka Thee Stallion has dropped a deluxe edition of his months-old album.

The rationale behind deluxe albums is not something weird at all. I can understand why Wizkid would need a “Made in Lagos” extended version. He needed to extend his reach on certain charts and his album was already running out of steam. A deluxe would solve that issue for him.

For someone like Blaqbonez though, it’s just impossible to think of a reason he needs a deluxe. Especially since the chances of ruining the album increases as the number of tracks on the LP increases. But it’s Blaqbonez, so maybe he might surprise us and do something impressive.

Is Sex Over Love Deluxe Impressive?

No, I don’t think so. He added five tracks, and seven more guest artists. Now, that’s a lot, if you ask me. But even with that, he wasn’t even able to add anything different. He wasn’t able to add anything the album didn’t already have.

An afro track with a popular singer on it? “Fendi.” A song with a couple of rappers on it? “Zombie.” A solo afro track about his lifestyle? “Okwaraji.” It’s all already there.

He didn’t need a Bella Shmurda verse. He didn’t need to regurgitate his hottest song from the BRIA days, “Shut Up.” But yeah, we already covered that; Blaqbonez didn’t need the deluxe. It’s not impressive at all too.

Wizkid does a deluxe doesn’t mean everyone can or should do the same. Blaqbonez is obviously still a lot of years away from being able to make a 19-track album work.

Let’s hear from you.



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