On Jae5’s “Dimension”, Rema’s hook and chorusing were full of self-expression and it was hot. Rema’s presence was a strong Afro-cultural significance representing a young Nigerian hustler who understands how to fend for his needs, extending the same compassion with his family.
His lyrical XP relates to his hoodies (peers) he started hustling with and how most of them have been caged on various custody. He claims to come from another dimension, giving great essence to the theme of the record as He takes introspection into his past where he would never cease to forget the pains he took growing from day one to this point of his greatness.
Rema’s pop significance story’s hustling Nigerians who push towards claiming the life they desire, and in between the hustle, they get to face with police brutality and other harassment which might lead them in for custody, for crimes which they might never commit or know anything about.
Rema takes his significance through that chain of manipulative forces in the society which hinders one’s dream and desires aiming at the top. It was a point of introspection where Rema levers upon to tell the story and he believes God’s love is greater than any harm towards his destiny to keep him from moving on.
While Skepta’s rap verses come from the depth of culture and continually connoisseurs its experiences.
He also the story’s the hustling and the pain which goes deep into the veins of African people; while the video was shot in Ghana and was creatively depicting elements of Afro cultural storing, it was directed by, Ebeneza Blanche.
The visual experience of Jae5’s “Dimension” tells the African story in a way that exposes the color and fashion, while each act’s delivery amplifies each significance lyrically. The sonic structure is swindling and creeps on Afro-cultural elementary.
Skepta tends to make a relationship with the same pain and the unending struggling to survive which connects with African people, he makes it a clear introduction with countries that her citizens suffocate in poverty while her leaders keep corruption on a cyclic chain by telling her citizen the same story which they’ve begun to understand the lies and slip from.
Jae5’s “Dimension” is all about storing the struggles of black people, the vision is crystal clear that “Dimension” would layer a great impact on the pop culture where Afro cultural existence, remains hugely significant.