"Sun-El managed to create different moods both sonically and through the vocalists he featured. And he managed to blend electro with South African house to create an album that can be enjoyed by locals and has great potential to be exported, which, according to the title, is one of his biggest goals."
"House of Stone is a fascinating blend of history, storytelling, violence, love, patriarchy, and unreliable narration. Perhaps it could have done with some more editing... nonetheless, an intriguing novel by a new voice, a novel deserving of more attention that is has gotten so far."
"This album is not pretentious. Mayorkun knows the sound spectrum along which he is allowed to pick and choose...“Mayor of Lagos,” has very little low points. But much of the music here rewards multiple listens. If you stick long enough in there, you will find beauty in new places."
"A love letter to the power of escapism, a devastating portrayal of grief and a Kenyan family drama that defies stereotypes, Supa Modo serves as an important reminder that even when heroes die, they can continue to inspire others long after they’re gone."