June 28, 2020
#Music | Hiro Excels on Deluxe Version of 'Erratum' Album

Congolese artist Hiro reissued his 2019 studio album “Erratum” on a deluxe version including 7 newly recorded tracks. These new songs beautifully complement the whole album with tints of Afro-pop, Latin vibes, zouk music and of course-RnB.

From the top, “Motema” is a smart blend of “rhumbatic” guitar riffs, hip hop/afro-pop throbs and a delicious rhythm and blues coat. The album’s fresh and romantic feel gives the RDC balladeer the opportunity to push some of the best sultry zouk vibes melting on RnB as in “Everyday”,“Tombé” and “Hallucinant” which leans a bit more toward Bachata. But the most powerful Zouk Love anthem of the album is probably “Ne Pars Pas” (don’t go), a touching supplication melodically sampling the classic reggae anthem "Bam Bam" from Jamaican dancehall legend Sister Nancy. The references of the 2003 Latin pop track by Lorna “Papi Chulo” and the Nigerian crew Mavins’ “Dorobucci” in order to paint a performant Hiro was just perfect for the song about sensual fantasies and adultery “La Copine de Madame”. For “Mi Amor”, the Bana C4 alum tries something different with Dj Gabriel do Borel on an infectious beat playing as a collision between Reggaeton and pop with Spanish content.

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