The style of sing-like rap is one that must be used as accurately as possible, for fear of ruining an otherwise good song. When "Ama Million" opens up, Musiholiq sets the tone with a musical rendition of the hook. Then, Big Zulu comes out with a very pointed style of delivery, emphasis on the "illion" sound, often stressing that at the end of each line. Cassper Nyovest also debuts a flow his fans are likely not as accustomed to receiving from him. Slower in cadence, to match the beat, and very well enunciated as well.
"Ama Million" overall is a good release. It doesn't sound like a party, however, it does sound like the kind of song you add to your playlist for easier listening in comparison to its trap counterparts. Big Zulu has always been one to pride himself in his pen, "Ama Million" is a track where listeners can hear that he chose his words with purpose and conviction. We likely won't hear this in the club, but with the festival season starting up and the weather improving for kickback parties, you may hear it over the sound system soon!