Review: Reynolds The Gentleman – The Magic in the Ordinary

Review: Reynolds The Gentleman – The Magic in the Ordinary

Reynolds The Gentleman – The Magic in the Ordinary is a beautiful soundtrack album which uses a mixture of R&B to world music. Ghana based singer Reynolds The Gentleman never fails to impress his audiences with his singing. The album tells people there is there’s magic in the ordinary. The album encourages us as people to show off what’s blossomed from hands perceived to be mundane. Toast to the hearts pouring an ocean of magic in all they create. Trying not to die before the world sees them as great.

There’s Magic in the Ordinary (Interlude) tells people there is there’s magic in the ordinary. A god in every detail turning simple spaces to sanctuaries. Praise be to the remarkable who uphold genius constructs and look the part. Praise be to the anomalies. Bless the minds that bring to life a sky full of castles hoping we don’t neglect the distinction in their art trying to catch a glimpse of a Picasso. The interlude encourages us as people to show off what’s blossomed from hands perceived to be mundane.

Here, have some sweetness for your tongue. Lick your lips and lift the taste around. Hear, have some new hums for your drums. If you’re unmoved, you haven’t yet heard the sound.

Snaps to all the new attractions glowing up the horizon. Claps to you not disguising your art just to suit some trendy patterns. Toast to the brilliance rediscovering what we know as beautiful. Drawing our attention back to the basics so we appreciate what we’re used to. Toast to the hearts pouring an ocean of magic in all they create. Trying not to die before the world sees them as great. There’s magic in the ordinary.

Reynolds The Gentleman tells a girl he likes her tempo based on the games she plays. That is what the song Tempo is about.

Reynolds The Gentleman tells a girl he likes her tempo. He sees the smile on her face with her dimple. But he loves the games she plays. She is a savage in the back of his retro Mercedes Benz. He doesn’t really care what she wants to know.

The way she dances with her busybody. She is killer with the back. You can tell she is physically fit. Basically Reynolds The Gentleman is fit to be her man basically. No gidigidi. That’s no lie. So he tells her, “Baby, you and me, we are meant to be. You need to get on my tempo. I don’t really care what you wanna know. And baby you’ve been holding on but let it go. I don’t want it fast, baby. I like it slow.” From Accra to Addis Ababa. That Africa love.

I rate this album 4/5****!!

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