Album: The Palmwine Express Album by Show Dem Camp

Show Dem Camp The Palmwine Express Album Download

Nigerian rap duo, Show Dem Camp presents their highly anticipated album titled "The Palmwine Express".  A fresh chapter in the duo’s hip-hop and highlife based series.
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No.
Title

Intro

by: Show Dem Camp

Tales by Moonlight 

by: Show Dem Camp

Alariwo 

by: Show Dem Camp

Good Time

by: Show Dem Camp

In Case

by: Show Dem Camp

Different Case

by: Show Dem Camp

Do Me Nice

by: Show Dem Camp

Cool Me Down

by: Show Dem Camp

True Story

by: Show Dem Camp
10 

Flex on You

by: Show Dem Camp
11 

Vibrations

by: Show Dem Camp
12 

Too Bad

by: Show Dem Camp
If you give Palmwine Express time and you really listen without the cloud of Palmwine Music hanging over you - which is hard, you might just enjoy the project.

Show Dem Camp is Nigeria’s premier rap group. The level has remained premium since ‘The Dreamer Project.’ The quality of their music never drops and their approach to a double act is refreshing as the synergy they generate.

Tec is the more methodical Emcee with the calmer approach. Aided by his vocal texture, Ghost bites heads off with seeming ‘aggression.’ When he goes in for the kill, people hail him. When he drops back for love-themed tunes, women call him, ‘Zaddy.’ It’s sometimes unfair on Tec, but those who are meant to appreciate the man give him his credit.
After the first three installments of Clone Wars, they seemingly wanted some commercial acclaim. What they released was a fusion of hi-life and Hip-Hop submerged in themes of love and affection. The first two Palmwine Music projects still bang all the way to Mars. Clone Wars IV returned with a soul of mischief and a bag filled with candy laced with introspect.
It was slightly surprising when Palmwine Express was announced. But as Ghost raps on ‘Alariwo,’ it’s about the “raw cash.”
From the title, we knew what we were about to get; a fusion of hi-life and Hip-Hop submerged in themes of love and affection. We got just that with an ‘airborne concept’ of a journey to Nigeria - or Naij - for what is presumed to be detty december and all the accompanying enjoyment and debauchery.
Smoking is prohibited, but if you got some good herbs, do pass it around” is quite hilarious as a self-deprecating joke. It also shines light on how the ‘airborne concept’ is a metaphor for a high that only ‘herb’ can produce. In essence, the music is best digested with herb. If you don’t do herb, let the music be your herb.
Let’s get one thing clear; this is a typical Show Dem Camp project. It is an overdose on detail, quality musicianship, astute storytelling and dreamy, near-oblique hi-life rhythms from a palmwine parlour owned by Wale and Olumide. On the beat, it’s Spax and it was never going to be anything but class.

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