Snooker starts up with synths that sound like the announcement of an army ready for battle in ancient times as Gbafun takes the first shot with his passionate and explicit rap verse. IJay reiterates with the emotive vocals of a battle announcer as those synths play once again through the beat, closely followed with a melodic pre hook and chorus by Lemon; a back-up fighter in defense mode.
In comes the Street Bills first lady with a delivery that is nothing “lady like” as she rips into the beat with an aggressive declaration of opposition against any other female rapper in the game while teasing and taunting the resistance preparing them for the kill as Lemon slays at the end of the track with the final chorus.
Despite 100% Yoruba lyrics, “Snooker” is sure to generate mass appeal as the Street Billionaires are able to articulate the emotion of the song across their multiple genres and styles.
“Snooker” is Afro-Pop at its best and was produced by hit maker and Street Billionaires mentor – Don L37.
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