This album is nothing short of a typical Simisola Ogunleye's signature trademark in terms of songwriting. Simi is a lady we all watched grow in the industry from her debut album dubbed Ogaju in 2008. Although the album and she alike didn't gain popularity, I gave it a listen a few years back, I fell in love with her song “Tiff” and “E No Go Funny". All her works during all these times were just pretty decent. Her first single before the album’s release was “Jamb Question”, which then popular Nigerian Rapper Falz appeared in the video. The song alone turned a lot of heads, as it was a comical reference to a popular street slogan in the country at the time. With the release of the visuals to the song, she garnered much more attention and she immediately became everyone’s sweetheart, she released another track “Love Don't Care” and this further cemented her emergence in the industry. At this point, we knew Simi wasn't here to play. Following the successful reception of these two tracks, she further released two more tracks “Smile For Me”, and “Joromi” off her album that was scheduled to drop in September 2017. These two tracks served as the John the Baptist that prepared people for the coming of the bigger one, in this instance being the album that was self titled Simisola. This album was well received with accolades as it debuted at number 5 on the Billboard World Albums Chart. After this, Simi became a recognized voice in the industry, known mainly for her silky voice and soft music. Two years later after the success of her second album and having enjoyed many features, she announced the release date of her third studio album titled Omo Charlie Champagne. This announcement was passed across on all her social media pages and her fans couldn't even wait for the release date to encroach. Finally, on the release date she explained the story behind the album's title as a form of dedication and remembrance to her late dad whose name was Charles Ogunleye, nicknamed Charlie Champagne. The daughter of Charlie Champagne is the transliteration of the album name in English. The album consists of 13 tracks, 4 features, which include A-List artistes such as Patoranking, Maleek Berry, Falz, and Adekunle Gold. Based on my opinion, I feel the feature with Patoranking was somewhat unnecessary and should be tagged as a mistake. Why? I'd explain. Patoranking is widely known for his dancehall, energy reverberating, reggae style. Simi on the other end is an R&B, ballad kind of singer who is extremely soft and easy on her songs so this was basically them trying to put fire and ice in a bottle and expecting a peaceful co-existence. This is like trying to force the Mother of dragons to Lord over the people of Winterfell or trying to tell her to bend the knee to Jon Snow in order to please the people of the North. Who was supposed lead this track? Simi did well starting it and for a moment, she was doing so well on a dance-hall song with her silky, snowy voice, and then Boom! Patoranking stomped in with fire razing everywhere and anywhere, just when he was trying to feel in control, Simi enters again with snows flake everywhere again, all of which made the song's harmony to be found wanting. The Simi and Adekunle Gold collaboration gave it another go, making it their 4th duet together. This was their second one since they became a legally married couple earlier this year. This song is like a sequel to the immediate past duet, “Promise”, a profession of love for each other, whilst this one is more off a vow by both of them to standby one another, regardless of their actions and whatever curve ball life throws at them. This album is sure to take home awards in the coming Soundcity MVP awards, unless of course something new pops up in Nigeria from the likes of Nonso Amadi and other R&B artistes in the Industry.