Dox Elita is “Born Again”

Dox Elita is “Born Again”

“Born Again”, a rap song by Dox Elita is about a shift from the old ways and lifestyle. The new path is a life that is the envy of people.

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“Born Again”, a rap song by Dox Elita is about a shift from the old ways and lifestyle. The new path is a life that is the envy of people. It also attracts all kinds of people, like the saying goes, success has many good friends. Dox Elita sings about the pains that no longer hurts and how he is gone past that stage now. Things are looking bright now with a lot of motivation. It is about him having a new persona, as he experiences rebirth.

The sonic sound characterized by the use of electric guitars sustains the vibe feel emanating from the song. The brass synths are hyper actively chiming the ambience, thus putting in an effective shift. The thundering drum beats and other percussion stints equally fuels the energy coming from the song while adding their fair share of flavor and dynamism.

The transitions between the verses, chorus and hooks are smooth and fluid, oiling the delivery of the song. The slight changes in the keys are perfectly executed at the right time, thus showing a sense of growth, experience and maturity of style. His highflying punch lines are dope, to his credit.  Though the lyrics contains strong words which insinuates that parental control mode should be activated

Dox is a survivor with a lot of good things which are ascribed to his new persona, by being born again. He now sees the world now in his palms. Truly, Life is really golden for him.

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