The 8 track project sees Skillz working with acts like Nigerian singer Oxlade, rapper Psycho YP, Twitch4Eva, Enam, and more. The project is quite cohesive and has a recurring aural motif with its easy-going vibe comprised of bright and soothing melodic textures, undeniable afro rhythm grooves, and his knack for penning catchy hooks. From the laidback bass-laden opener "Julie" to the enticing guitar arrangements on "Like Dat" (which boasts a solid verse from rapper PyschoYP) Skillz 8Figure is quite malleable with his style and offers an impressive range in terms of performance. Tracks like "Sempe" and "Fall" provide a more vulnerable side to the artist while he throws in some bravado and sensual energy on "Like Dat" and "Make Sense" respectively.
At 8 tracks deep, the project is short and makes up for its seamless and consistent flow in terms of mood and sounds. Each song is well-crafted and nothing sounds out of place here and works best when you are cruising or just at home relaxing.