LET’S TALK! Is Bella Shmurda Better On Features Than His Own Songs?

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Is Bella Shmurda Better On Features Than His Own Songs?

Is Bella Shmurda Better On Features Than His Own Songs?

The last time we’ve had a sensation like Bella Shmurda on the music scene was probably when Mr. Eazi blew up in 2016.

Bella, who has without a doubt, covered more grounds than Mr. Eazi back then, is on one of the most impressive campaigns any youngster has gone on, in a long time.

He’s got the voice, he’s got the street cred and he knows how to make people turn up, obviously. He’s the total package, really.

The “Sho Mo Mi” singer has quite a number of hits under his belt right now, and he’s not even been here for two years yet. I don’t think it gets better than that, honestly.

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LET’S TALK! Is Bella Shmurda Better On Features Than His Own Songs?

But now let’s talk about his music. His style and his whole music are unique and that uniqueness is actually something that will make for a controversy, sooner or later.

The thing is, Bella Shmurda sounds the same on almost all of his songs. He has the same flow, and his lyrics sound like a rinse and repeat kind of thing like he’s not putting effort in it when he does those songs.

What you’ll notice, though, if you’re an attentive listener is that the only time Bella Shmurda switches up and goes out of the box is when he is featured by another artist, or doing a collabo.

From songs like “Hallelu” which also featured Zlatan, to Crayon‘sJackpot,” Davido‘sFade,” or Olamide‘sTriumphant,” the pattern is there to see.

These collaborations are arguably all better and more creative than almost all of his songs.

The most impressive of them is probably Runtown’sBody Riddim.” His performance there is simply elite.

So, let’s hear from you.

Do You Think Bella Shmurda Is Better On Features Than On His Own Songs?

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