MyMusic Lyrical Monday – Karishika by Falz

Happy Easter celebration guys. Sure you had fun.
It Mymusic lyrical Monday and today we bring you Karishika by Falz. Karishika released late 2015 was a massive hit given how well the song message resonates with the Nigerian youths. It quickly grow to become the guy’s anthem and it was not uncommon to hear phrases like “God save me from Karishika”. While we couldn’t speak for our ladies we are certain that the karishika song was an anthem for our guys.
Hence, for you guys who are still struggling to lip sync karishika, today we have your back. Here is the full lyrics to your favourite Falz hit Karishika.

Karishika Lyrics by Falz ft Phyno & Chigul
Falz

Sess… problem kid
Killer with the flow coz nobody sicker
The money and the fame now coming quicker
Queen of the coast don dey find the nigga
Lord save me from karishika
Killer with the flow coz nobody sicker
The money and the fame now coming quicker
Queen of the coast don dey find the nigga
Lord save me from karishika

Falz[Verse1]
Am on Holiday, am in Argentina
Am in S.A am with Sarafina
She say she wan to try say she get the liver
But I go do her body work I’m a panel beater
They see the high class, they feel the swagger
Am ogbologbo, am ajigijaga
Hire killer I no be armed robber
These niggaz so soft like Yemi my lover
Flow serious so indigenous
Steady killing It till I go and see Jesus
Am still committing murder, am about to kill another
Officer can you arrest a barrister lawyer?
They want to hire me but dey can’t afford a nigga
She say she wan to travel i should help her got the visa
Emi odanran moti mope she is a karishika
Bad guy don’t touch I got to weave her

[Chorus]
Killer with the flow coz nobody sicker
The money and the fame now coming quicker
Queen of the coast don dey find the nigga
Lord save me from karishika
Killer with the flow coz nobody sicker
The money and the fame now coming quicker
Queen of the coast don dey find the nigga
Lord save me from karishika

Phyno [Verse2]
I kill ’em with the flow coz nobody is seeker
My sickle cell flow everyday am sicker
O kwa ima na enweghi m ibe but am getting bigger
Even if I pause the motion u can’t get the picture
You forming big girl and she is smoking cigar
Am not a one minute man am not coming quicker
Agam agba gi egwu kam n’agba kon-kom,.
Abu m akwa oche m ga ru gi ali gbo gbo
Asi m ya Hello baby. Ngwa nwa egbu la oge
Osie m o buru iji money ngwa gbaputa ya ka osie
Ma oro mgbe o ga enweputara m ya osie m No Wait
Ngwa biko cho way, m were nwayo cho way m
Before ome m onyeisi ndiara kam n’eme rag day
But the way she looking at tha nigga make me wanna figure
And now mua eje go figure and nwa bukwa karishika

[Chorus]
Killer with the flow coz nobody sicker
The money and the fame now coming quicker
Queen of the coast don dey find the nigga
Lord save me from karishika
Killer with the flow coz nobody sicker
The money and the fame now coming quicker
Queen of the coast don dey find the nigga
Lord save me from karishika

Falz[Verse3]
Am in GH dodging lagos traffic
Am showing gollywood girls my African magic
Oluwa abeg shine your light
Make I no go jam the ones wey dey fly for night
When I meet Stephanie I been dey see Chemistry
Until my homie tell me say she dey thief destiny
Girls want me to put them in the way of family
Coz they know the boy flyer than a principality
I no pick phone, why you call 11: 55?
I don’t kiss in my dream emi ofe spirit wife
I dey do research. If at all we get it physical
Tin ba gbo ka ma ti sa kin to gbo rishika
Wait before you off pant, this thing is imposicant
You exit the premises which means you bo sita
You daughter of Jezebel I can’t am sorry ma
Get thee behind me you wife of potiphar
Killer with the flow coz nobody sicker
The money and the fame now coming quicker
Queen of the coast don dey find the nigga

Phyno [Verse4]
Eh aa! Biko kuo lu m
Even gi na act ka ichoghi ihe friends cho lum
Maka nwepu iriri neli fancha neli huru m.
Nwoke di nu ukele and ana m eme ihe suru m.
And I buru my callar mua ga za nu call m. Hey!
Onwelu onwelu, shawty knows I’m on my way up, way up.
Onwe tee chalu make up. Mua asi ya oya stay tuned
while I stay up stay up.
Asa kupu here!
Killer with the flow coz nobody sicker
The money and the fame now coming quicker
Queen of the coast don dey find the nigga
Lord save me from karishika

Chigul
Bia, Falz onye bu karishika
Who is karishika? Karishika fall and die ooo
I cast and bind. You have started okwa ya?
Last time it was yemi asking you to marry her
Now you are calling karishika.
You and karishika unu daa gbuo onwe unu ebe ahu
Gi na aka, gi na ishika. Taa! Stop that nonsense osiso
Leave him alone karishika eehy. Sucking his blood
tufiakwa
(end)

Yemi Alade Ferrari Video Released

Shortly after Yemi Alade released her sophomore album Mama Africa (The Diary of an African Woman), she releases the music video for Ferrari.

Ferrari, produced by DJ Coublon was the last single Yemi Alade dropped before finally releasing the album. Yemi had also previously dropped other singles including “Do As I Do” featuring DJ Arafat  and “Na Gode” featuring Selebobo.

Award winning director, Clarence Peters shot the music video for “Ferrari” and the video features some Nollywood acts. You can download Mama Africa Album on MyMusic.com.ng now.

Here is the Ferrari Video by Yemi Alade.

Also here are the Lyrics to Ferrari as sung by Yemi Alade

Oh oh ah ah
hmm oh baby ah ah
ferrari
salary ah ah ah
if you love me you go buy me ferrari ah ah
if you like me you go pay me salary eh eh
soup wey sweet na money dey cook am ah ah
if you want it you go spend to chop am eh eh

cos i love you no be mouth oh oh oh
no be mouth oh eh
love no be for mouth oh ah ah
no be mouth oh eh
i love you no be mouth oh oh oh
no be mouth oh eh
love no be for mouth oh ah ah
no be mouth oh eh

oga tia ga na kpa we t’ego
my mate they do holiday for chicago
container n’ola high sea na normal excuse o
i don wait so tey wait come dey wait me oh

my front eh, my back eh
dey do you ishin gbaka
if you want to gbadun me well
mr. man you must ginger
gucci oh
fendi oh
otelu me teyin telu mufu
no dey call me sweet pie with nothing oh

if you love me you go buy me ferrari
if you like me you go pay me salary
soup wey sweet na money dey cook am
if you want it you go spend to chop am

cos i love you no be mouth oh oh oh
no be mouth oh eh
love no be for mouth oh ah ah
no be mouth oh eh
i love you no be mouth oh oh oh
no be mouth oh eh
love no be for mouth oh ah ah
no be mouth oh eh

oga i don tired to stay mainland
e no go bad if you buy mansion for banana island
open supermarket for me for netherlands
nothing suppose too much for me
as your sweetheart oh eh

my front eh, my back eh
dey do you ishin gbaka
if you want to gbadun me well
mr. man you must ginger
gucci oh
fendi oh
otelu me teyin telu mufu
no dey call me sweet pie with nothing oh

if you love me you go buy me ferrari
if you like me you go pay me salary
soup wey sweet na money dey cook am
if you want it you go spend to chop am

cos i love you no be mouth oh oh oh
no be mouth oh eh
love no be for mouth oh ah ah
no be mouth oh eh
i love you no be mouth oh oh oh
no be mouth oh eh
love no be for mouth oh ah ah
no be mouth oh eh

MyMusic Artist Spotlight – Sheyi Shay

Deborah Oluwa-Seyi Joshua better known by her stage name Shay (pronounced “Shayee”), is a UK based recording artist, songwriter and producer. Born and raised in London to Nigerian parents, she began performing at the age of six eventually joining the London Community Gospel Choir (LCGC), which gave her the opportunity to perform in cities around the world at a tender age of 14.

Shay’s exceptional performance as a teenage singer gave her exposure which quickly translated to premium collaborations and features for her at an early stage of her music career.

She signed her first record deal with Sir George Martin, the legendary producer of the Beatles. Shay is an accomplished songwriter and her best work in this regard include “You Will See” for former Spice Girl Mel C’s successful solo debut “Beautiful Intentions”, “White Lies” from the Chipmunk album featuring Dirty Money, as well as other songs featured on Hed Kandi and African Twins compilation albums.

Shay toured with P. Diddy and Beyoncé in the UK with the “From Above” group, and has written and worked with several industry heavyweights including Brian Michael Cox, Chipmunk, Rob Knoxx, H-Money, Cameron Wallace, Jolyn Skinner, Joshua Tree, and Joe & Brian Higgins.

Sheyi relocated to Nigeria in 2011 haven signed a recording deal with “Flytime Music” in the UK. She however left the label in 2013 but made a public understanding of a decent relationship with the label.
Since sheyi started her music career in Nigeria, she has been no jokes with various hit singles such as Irawo Ragga Raga Jangilova and Right now much of which has nominated her for various awards.

November 13 2015 shay dropped her debut album which has been a massive success since release. Checkout Sheyi Shay here

MyMusic now allows bloggers to add album audio previews to stories

We are very excited to announce that you can now add audio previews of albums from MyMusic to your websites and blogs through our embedded player. The player fits nicely wherever it is placed, both on mobile and desktop.

This feature is available on our desktop site and you can choose from hundreds of albums.

To embed an album, simply go to that album’s page and click the embed link at the top. You will see a code. Simply copy that code and paste it into your website. For wordpress users, make sure you are editing in text mode.

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Below is a sample embed of Falz’s album, Stories that touch. Play and enjoy.

Mymusic Lyrical Monday – Right Now by Sheyi shay

Happy new week guys, it is another beautiful edition of Mymusic lyrical Monday and today we are featuring “right now” by Sheyi shay.
The beautiful Afropop art aficionado, sheyi shay dropped her debut album “Sheyi or shay” November 16 of 2015 and has been well received since it installed. Today we present you the lyrics from one of the most aired titles of the album, “right now” which has been a major hit since the album debuted. The song Right now features well written romantic lines which seek to camouflage the song’s sexuality with some deliberate use of words. Undoubtedly a well written song, download right now and enjoy the lyrics.

Seyi Shay – Right Now

When I close me eyes and i think of the memory
Me and you, you and me
You used to love me, you used to love me
And baby i will ride for you slow wine for you
I will touch my tippy toes i will bounce it for you
Oh oh all the things you used to do
I still remember back in december
Was the hottest winter from the sunrise
To midnight the love dey enter
That is why i surrender
There is no contender
From the midnight to sunrise the love dey enter
Touch me now now right now now now now
Do you remember the rhyme
Cos i remember the rhyme
I wonna feel it right now now now now
Touch oh oh me me me now now now
Right now now now now
Do you remember the rhyme
Cos i remember the rhyme
I wonna feel it right now now now now
Right now now now now now now now
You think i’ll leave you sad baby eh
Oh lord of mercy knows it
I know you better than that
Oh baby i will ride for you slow wine for you
Make i touch my tippy toes
Make i scatter for you
Oh oh all the things you used to do
I still remember back in december
Was the hottest winter from the sunrise
To midnight the love dey enter
That is why i surrender
There is no contender
From the midnight to sunrise the love dey enter
Touch me now now right now now now now
Do you remember the rhyme
Cos i remember the rhyme
I wonna feel it right now now now now
Touch oh oh me me me now now now
Right now now now now

Do you remember the rhyme
Cos i remember the rhyme
I wonna feel it right now now now now
Right now now now now now now now
Give me your honey and i’ll put on a show
I’ll be your private dancer like i was once before
Spray me with your money make e pour to the floor
Singing whine mummy, whine mummy
Whine mama whine
Woo… How does it feel…
Yeh e, how does it feel
I still remember back in december
Was the hottest winter from the sunrise
To midnight the love dey enter
That is why i surrender
There is no contender
From the midnight to sunrise the love dey enter
Touch me now now right now now now now
Do you remember the rhyme
Cos i remember the rhyme
I wonna feel it right now now now now
Touch oh oh me me me now now now
Right now now now now
Do you remember the rhyme
Cos i remember the rhyme
I wonna feel it right now now now now
Right now now now now now now now

Abule Sowo by Olamide has such an amazing video, promoting culture and art

Olamide’s Abule Sowo is officially on our top 3 songs by Olamide list. Abule Sowo is a hit song released by the talented singer not too long ago and the vide is even better.

The video is set in Abeokuta at the Olumo Rock and displays a very rich pallette of the Yoruba Culture. Colourful Agbadas, a decorated horse, artistic motifs and two masquerades. It doesn’t get better than this. The guy even successfully rocks a danshiki top with jeans and a very very traditional danshiki for that matter.

It is great to see our artists now promoting our traditional art and culture as these are the unique assets that we have as a nation. These are infact the tools that will help us become competitive on the global landscape and grow our economy. Thumbs up to Olamide again.

Peace At Last For Psquare As The Brothers Finally Put Aside Their Differences

Following a much disruptive weekend filled with revealing and explosive interviews, responses, social media “shades” and lots of abuses, it seems as though there is peace at last for P-Square.
The Okoye brothers all shared their identical messages on Instagram.

That it took our stupidity to realize that FAMILY comes first, We are VERY SORRY??. @rudeboypsquare @judeengees #dembeonenobetwo #PSquareForever ?????????

MyMusic blast from the past – Seun Rere by Christiana Uduak Essien-Igbokwe

Today mymusic blast from the past will be dedicated to a song performed by one of Nigeria’s most beautiful talents late Mrs Christiana Uduak Essien-Igbokwe.
Seun rere was released in the year 1981, in an album“Ever Liked My Person”.
This work is one of those songs you refer to when we talk about the good old days, considering the depth of knowledge contained in the song and how it has stayed relevant with the passage of time.
Seun rere was flawlessly performed in the Yoruba dialect by Mrs Igbokwewho a native of Akwa ibom which makes such an exceptional performance.
The song was a major hit upon release and like most other songs that has distinguished the Nigeria music industry since inception, the song quickly gained international prominence and has since been performed in several other languages across the world.
Essien-Igbokwe in her lifetime won several awards throughout her career including Nigerian lady of songs award which she received in 1984, Africa music mother award 1984, International special achievement award in Mexico in 1983, world song festival award, Los Angeles, queen of music international award association of theatre arts practitioners in Lagos in 1996 and outstanding achievement in female uplifting.
Seun rere was a wildly successful song of the 80’s.

MyMusic artist spotlight – Psquare

Hey guys hope it yet another beautiful week. Today on artist spotlight we featuring the biggest duo in Africa entertainment Psquare.
Today appears to be one of the best days to do a spotlight of the duo legendary brothers considering how much growth their works have brought our music industry. However, we might not be wearing this bragging right for too long or be able to sustain these amazing growt. Considering the long enraged battle between the Okoye brothers is finally full blown and our dreadest fear of a breakup might be closer to reality than ever before, going by what have been paraded on their social media handles lately.
Regardless of what is going on between the Okoye’s now, there’s no denying the duo are great talents and they have contributed immeasurably to our music industry. As the Psquare brand continue to stare us in the face given how much success had been built into it, we sincerely hope it means as much to them to get back together. In the meantime,

Here are quick 10 facts you don’t know about the Psquare.

1. The group went through several name changes
Inspired by Micheal Jackson, their dance group was initially called Smooth Criminals, then Double P then P&P and Da Pees before sticking to P-Square.
2. They belong to the top 10 richest musicians in Africa
Obviously the richest list always fluctuate regardless these duo have been constantly rated in the top 3 both in Nigeria and Africa.
3. Paul used to be an electrician
According to an interview given to radio station Beat 99.9 FM, he used to “fix fans, boilers and electrical things”.
4. Paul changed his hairstyle because of Peter
As a teenager Peter is a troublemaker, and people would mistake him for Paul. Paul consequently decided to look different than his twin.
5. They have totally different personalities
Peter is more the club type. He writes the dancing songs. Paul is the lover. He prefers being discrete and writing the love songs. Amazingly Paul wears the dread and portrays the bad boy physique.
6. They hold a degree in business administration
Their story is not the regular drop out of school to pursue your ambition. Actually they did the reverse. At some point these two dropped out of their smooth criminal band to allow them more focus on their education. They finished from the University of Abuja with degree in business administration.
7. Risky habit
Peter used to gamble. No big surprise here. Life is a game. Successful person often equals ‘a player’. He said: “The biggest gamble I took was saying we should move to Lagos.”
8. Nominated into KORA Awards following their first album release
Few musicians have achieve such a feat in a short time.Psquare landed a nomination in ‘Most Promising African Group’category, three months after releasing their first album last night.They later won the BET awards in 2011 and MTV Base award the followig year amongst several other national and continental awards.
9. They stopped going to church
They duo once said they stopped going to church because worshippers tend to focus on them instead of focusing on the God in the church. For this reason they would rather stay away from church and let members concentrate on the pastor’s message. We don’t know if they repented of this decision already.
10. New stage Name
The new stage name of Peter is Mr P and that of Paul is Rudeboy. Though these names are currently flying around the internet we expect some metamorphosis over the time just as their original stage -name Psquare did. Even better a total demise as the duo reunite and re-establish Psquare.

MyMusic Lyrical Monday – The Money by Davido ft. Olamide

Hey guys it another beautiful Monday and today’s song is “The money”. You guys sure have heard The money, one of the numerous hits from HKN boss Davido which featured the street lord himself Olamide Adedeji aka baddosneh.

Nigerians are always drawn to songs centred around money and blessings. As it turns out, this party jam has been no exemption, considering the massive airplay the song has received since it dropped late 2015.
Still struggling to pick your favourite line out of this beautiful song? Ok let’s turn on the music.

Download and enjoy.

Davido – The Money Lyrics ft. Olamide
[Intro – Davido]
Eh oh
Oh yeah yea
Kiddo Kiddo Kiddominant
Yeah yeah

[Davido]
I want to l’owo
I want to lo’la
I want to la lafia
I want to l’owo
I want to lo’la
I want to la lafia

[Hook – Davido]
Al’owo ma Jaiye eyin lemo
Awon to jaiye lana da
Won tiku won ti lo oh
Al’owo ma Jaiye eyin lemo
Awon to jaiye lana da
Won tiku won ti lo oh

[Chorus – Davido]
Yeh give me the money eh
Biko nyemu ego
Orimi jekin jekin l’owo oh
Life is all about the money eh
Yeh give me the money eh
Biko ye mu ego
Orimi jekin jekin l’owo oh
Life is all about the money eh

[Verse 1 – Olamide]
Take a look at it like this
If I no get money like this
All these shuma no look my face
Them no go follow me to my place
I dey grind dey do my thing
I don dey see money since when I dey 19
When I go chop with my team
We dey pay for everyone wey dey the canteen
Now we don upgrade the matter
Daily and weekly and monthly and quarter
Now we don turn to butter
family dey smile and we no get quanta
Dakun jen so yoruba
Make them no go forget say baddo na baba
Eruku de shi yapa
I dey tell them…

[Chorus – Davido]
Yeh give me the money eh
Biko nyemu ego
Orimi jekin jekin l’owo oh
Life is all about the money eh
Yeh give me the money eh
Biko ye mu ego
Orimi jekin jekin l’owo oh
Life is all about the money eh

[Verse 2 – Davido]
I want to l’owo
I want to lo’la
I want to buy Buggatti
I want to hm mm m Kim Kardashan
At the back of my brand new Bentley
Is it because I’m balling
they want to dull my ginger oh
They want to yarn my story
They want put me for Linda
Some jealous
Some people jealous
Oya come and spend my money oh
Oya come follow me jolly oh

[Hook – Davido]
Al’owo ma Jaiye eyin lemo
Awon to jaiye lana da
Won tiku won ti lo oh
Al’owo ma Jaiye eyin lemo
Awon to jaiye lana da
Won tiku won ti lo oh

[Chorus – Davido]
Yeh give me the money eh
Biko nyemu ego
Orimi jekin jekin l’owo oh
Life is all about the money eh
Yeh give me the money eh
Biko ye mu ego
Orimi jekin jekin l’owo oh
Life is all about the money eh

Mymusic blast from the past – My Car by Tony Tetuila

Hey guys hope the week is going great. Its our favorite section again, blast from past. I hope it has been a pleasure listening to our recommendations so far. We will love to hear your feedback in our comments section below.

In case you missed our last edition, you should dig it out in the archives or follow here to see the post.

Lately we have focused on some really old jams, so today we bringing it a bit close; permit me to say modern oldies. My car by Tony Tutuila is one of those songs that rocked the early 2000’s. No doubt when my car hit the music waves, it didn’t take long for it to become the street anthem while enjoying massive airplay from radios, Tv stations. Even the clubs weren’t on a chill pill.

Released in the year 2001, Its been over 15 years since Tetuila dropped my car. Despite how much evolution the music industry has witnessed since then, the hiphop sensation of this work has stayed relevant. Been an oldie, my car gives that taste of listening to an old song whilst fast forwarding the listeners to the present now through the hiphop bias. What a beautiful twist. I’m sure you are probably singing the song now or trying to remind yourself of the lyrics … “You don hit my Car Oyinbo repete” that’s fine, why not try some reminiscing already and enjoy the legendary work from Tony Tetuila, My car.

Download and listen

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo Celebrated his birthday today by singing worship songs in his office

Here is his message of thanks

Thank you to everyone for your kind thoughts and wishes. I am deeply humbled by your thoughtful gestures!
Special thanks to God Almighty who has brought me this far.

Thank you to everyone for your kind thoughts and wishes. I am deeply humbled by your thoughtful gestures!Special thanks to God Almighty who has brought me this far.

Posted by Professor Yemi Osinbajo on Tuesday, March 8, 2016

MyMusic Spotlight – Brymo

Olawale Olofo’ro, who performs under the stage name BrymO formerly signed to Chocolate City, is most notable for his distinguished voice. He’s been lauded by many people for his unique voice, style of music,amazing lyrics and also has been nicknamed master of hook for his impressive collaborative works.

Brymo has been around in the music space for a while as far back as 2002.Then still in secondary school, formed the music band Aliens with three friends where he acted majorly as the group composer writing a total of over 85 songs in two years. Unfortunately the group wasn’t particularly successful hence broke up 2005. Brymo decided to go solo art, recorded a song not signed to any record label.

Finally in 2008, Brymo made a big break with his single Shawty along with the musical video which picked at number two on the MTV Base Africa top 10 countdown, number one on the Nigezee top 10 and was nominated for the Soundcity Music Video Awards.

Brymo met M.I Abaga in 2010. M.I was impressed with his voice and lyrical prowess, decided to introduce him to his label mates Jesse Jagz and Ice Prince, after which he helped sign the new talent into the Chocolate City record label.

Brymo turned out to be a banker deal at his new record label after he released ARA in 2011 which was his first official single. ARA was the number 6 trending topic globally on twitter and the song rose to become the number 1 hit song in the country, topping various charts and bagging numerous awards and nominations. He released an album with Chocolate City in 2012 called TheSonOfaKapenta before leaving the label in 2013.

Brymo has since continued to be a major force in the Nigeria music space with the release of his fourth studio album Tabula Rasa, after a successful third installment Merchants Dealers & Slaves. Tabula Rasa(his 2nd Independent album) hit the Number 1 spot on iTunes Nigeria Chat in less than 16 Hours of release. Tabula Rasa is critically acclaimed and rated as one of the best African albums ever.

Some of his notable achievements so far include:

2012 Hip Hop World Awards – Recording of the Year (“Ara”) 2012
Channel O Music Video Awards – Most Gifted Afro Pop video of the Year (“Ara”) 2013/2014
All Africa Music Awards – Songwriter of The Year (“Down”)

MyMusic Lyrical Mondays: Lyrics to Yemi Alade’s Nagode

Happy new week guys, as usual we commence the week with a lovely tune from the Mama Africa album by Yemi Alade. This week we checking out Nagode which probably has been the most aired from the Yemi Alade Sophomore Album.
Nagode is a mid tempo somewhat religious tune, as Yemi Alade encourages her listeners to always thank God in abundance and even in scarcity. A melodious song filled with meaning and inspiration, it is a perfect choice for listeners to start the week. Have you heard Nagode?
Download and enjoy
As you follow through with our Lyrics.

“Na Gode”
(feat. Selebobo)
Eh eh oh oh, oh oh Sugar!!!
Baba I thank You, Oluwa Na Gode o
Yemi Alade iye eh eh
Selebobo dey hia o!
Chineke Na Gode o

Person wey hustle suppose to chop
E supposed to pop, e suppose to chill ebelebe
Person wey work suppose to dance, e suppose to rock
E suppose to flex ebelebe iye eh eh
But don’t you forget iyo say no be by might iyo,
Always be thankful o Oluwa Na Gode o
Brother no be crime iyo to spend your money,
But always be thankful o maka ife adigo mma oh.

Even if you no get iyo, no get iyo never forget to say
Baba I thank you, Oluwa Na Gode o
And if you too get iyo, too get iyo never forget to say
Baba I thank you (Daalu), Chineke Na Gode!

[Selebobo:]
Selebobo o!
Person wey drive suppose to park, e no suppose to lack
Suppose to pack money ebelebe
Imana onye Na-Agba mbo suppose to hammer, e suppose to hammer o,
E suppose to make am o ebelebe iya eh
But never forget iyo say no be by might iyo always be thankful
Oluwa Na Gode, sister no be crime iyo to spend your money
But always be thankful o Maka n’ife adigo mma oh!

Even if you no get iyo, no get iyo never forget to say
Baba I thank you, Oluwa Na Gode
And if you too get iyo, too get iyo never forget to say
Baba I thank you, Chineke Na Gode

Pop Rosé, no more enemy iye eh eh
Pop champagne, no more complain eh
If you dey live for Lekki or you dey live for shitta o
Make you dey pop anything, cos all na popping
We rocking Versace, we driving Ferrari
We cruising Bugatti o, forever and ever o
We going higher o, we no go retire o
We getting paper o, this is my desire o

Even if you no get iyo, no get iyo never forget to say
Baba I thank you, Oluwa Na Gode
And if you too get iyo, too get iyo never forget to say
Baba I thank you (Yo waa), Chineke Na Gode.
[x3]

Eshe Baba, Eshe Baba
Yemi Alade iye eh eh
Selebobo dey hia o!
Chineke Na Gode o!!!

Event this Week – Rhapsody’s Lekki Grand Opening

Hey guys Rhapsody is opening up in Lekki this weekend, and Don jazzy will be waiting as the event host.The hot new lekki spot will be going on launch with a bang.Music performance will be done by Isaac Geralds and Band.

Date: Friday, March 4, 2016
Time: 10 PM
Venue: Circle Mall, Jakande Roundabout Lekki expressway, Lagos

MyMusic Blast from the Past – Taxi Driver by Bobby Benson

Hey guys it another beautiful Thursday, and today we presenting you Taxi driver from the Nigeria Highlife pioneer Bobby Benson.
Bobby Benson is regarded as the pioneer of Highlife music in Nigeria, with Taxi driver being his signature work during his music career. Taxi driver was such a huge success in the 90’s, it didn’t only trend in Nigeria but also became an anthem in other West African countries. Also the song was covered by several other musicians both local and international, giving it Caribbean and jazz flavors.

Bobby Benson’s legacy includes raising many other A rank artists In the 80’s.These guys started out playing in Benson’s band and they includeBayo Martins, Victor Olaiya the “Baby mi da” crooner and Sir victor Uwaifo who is popular known for his hit track Joromi among many others.
The song taxi driver was so successful it was covered severally in the western countries, and regarded as the definition of Africa Highlife. Benson’s innovations in musical style also influenced the evolution of popular Jùjú music.

Taxi driver is a master piece created by one of Nigeria biggest music icons.
Download and Enjoy.

Still on top! Glo denies terminating PSquare’s endorsement deal, hints at renewing their contract

Last month, there were reports that telecommunication giant Globacom had dropped PSquare as ambassadors amid the messy fight between music duo. The singers’ contract was reportedly terminated as result of Peter allegedly insulting a representative of the company at the grand finale of Dance With Peter.

Peter however debunked the claim that he had insulted their rep and Globacom never officially confirmed or denied that they had ended PSquare’s contract until today.

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The telecommunications operator shut down the rumours that they had terminated their brand endorsement deal with Peter and Paul in a statement released earlier today. According to them, the twins were still very much brand ambassadors of Glo. They added that they were in the process of reviewing contracts with all their ambassadors including PSquare.

The statement read:

We have not disengaged PSquare or any of our other ambassadors. We are currently in the process of reviewing our contracts with the brand ambassadors. We are proud of the role Globacom has played in the rapid upward trajectory of the musical career of these incredibly talented twin brothers. Globacom holds its brand ambassadors in the highest esteem and has a dignified procedure of managing its relationships with its brand ambassadors. Whenever brand ambassadors are to be engaged or disengaged, we usually follow the due process and dignify them by holding constructive discussions with them. Globacom has also played a similar role in the exposure and economic empowerment of all the Nigerian entertainers, and others from neighbouring countries, who worked with us as brand ambassadors.

It appears the brothers are still on top.

Yemi Alade drops official TrackListing for Mama Africa Album

Yemi Alade has dropped the official TrackList for her Sophomore Album, Mama Africa. The album is due to drop on the 25th of March 2016.

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The 15 track album features top African Heavyweights such as Sauti Sol from Kenya, DJ Arafat from Ivory Coast, Ghana’s Sarkodie, Flavour and P-Square from Nigeria and many more.

Here is the official TrackListing:

1. “Na Gode” ft. Selebobo
2. “Tumbum”
3. “Tonight” ft. P-Square
4. “Kom Kom” ft. Flavour
5. “Baby’s Back”
6. “Marry Me”
7. “Africa” ft. Sauti Sol
8. “Ferrari”
9. “Do As I Do” ft. DJ Arafat
10. “Kelele” ft. Rotimi Keys
11. “Ego” ft. Sarkodie
12. “Mama”
13. “Dorca”
14. “Nakupenda”

BONUS
15. “Koffi Anan” (Freestyle)

Once the album drops it will be available for download on MyMusic at:

Download Yemi Alade Mama Africa Album Here

MyMusic Artist Spotlight – Ten Interesting Facts about Banky W

1. He likes grocery shopping
Well if some our female celebrities say they love grocery shopping, we can easily relate, but when it comes from a male celebrity, it is sure to crack us. Banky W enjoys grocery shopping because he loves roaming stores and buying random stuff for cooking experiments!

2. He doesn’t have a sleeping time
Banky W is an early bird.Also he doesn’t even get enough nights. He sleeps average of 4-5 hours daily. He would rather keep burning off until he randomly falls asleep.

3. A barber
Oh yeah, you read right. Ok but maybe he doesn’t have a shop where he barbs guys like you and me but he barbs. Yea he barbs himself most times! Who knows someday he might consider opening up a barbing saloon as a social service or maybe a different path to charity.

4. He is a chef
Banky W is a man of many talents. He is so competitive, he is not satisfied dominating the music space alone hence he wouldn’t mind pitching a fight in the cooking space as well. Banky W, a self-acclaimed chef has not only personally confessed his love for cooking on different occasions, but his former label act Wizkid can testify to the fact as he’s sure tried those delicacies on different occasions willingly or unwillingly. What do you do when your boss has just spent hours grinding in the Kitchen.

5. Dedicated Arsenal Fan
A die hard Arsenal fan, Banky W has been known to take to whining on Twitter when his beloved club side lost.

6. Sense of humour
Aside the suave looks and velvet-voice, Banky W has a light side and is known for his playful and witty nature. Ever the life of the party, his blog posts also tend to portray his funny, witty side.

7. He loves Rap music
Banky W is a big fan of Notorious Big and Tupac. Its no surprise though, as Banky W has been heard rapping in some of his works. Not a poor rap act if you asked me.

8. Ritual before going on stage
Banky W says prayers with his team before going on stage for performances. I can imagine his prayers are along these lines: Even though we are going to sing about all those sexy booties and get really naughty, God please make this show a success.

9. He is a crusher
Banky W once said his music crushes include Nicki Minaj, Nicole Scherzinger, and Rihanna. No wonder one of his first major works, Ebute Metta is a complete replicate of Umbrella by Rihanna. Funny enough this unmindful replicate was one of his signature works.

10. All time fan
He is the biggest fan of Jay Z.