Music as its defined, a tool to repair and as well a weapon to destroy.
It’s understandable that people tend to live life after music. Throwing you back to some songs that has affected and currently affecting Nigeria as a whole.
There are five songs on the list below:-
1. Wonma By Olamide
Wonma, a standout song from Olamide‘s 999 EP Project becomes a hit song instantaneously after releasing it, Nigerians have since then be reading meaning to it as average Nigerian feminist feel disappointed.
Olamide said “Birthday gift ko ra Venza, wonma do” which literally means even if you buy Venza as a birthday gift for her, someone else will still fvck her. This will surely discourage boys to go further on their partner as they will have that feeling of Wonma Do.
2. Am I A Yahoo Boy By Naira Marley Ft Zlatan
Naira Marley teamed up with Zlatan to released the controversial song titled “Am I A Yahoo Boy” after Simi trolled him of encouraging Yahoo Boys in mid last year. This however result on his EFCC’s arrest.
The Marlian President is unarguably one of the top three most influencer in Nigeria right now as the youth tend follow every of his step.
3. Yeye Boyfriend – Zlatan
Which one is “Bye Bye To Yeye Boyfriend”? Are you kidding me???
Zlatan has forgotten that all fingers are not equal before dragging Nigerian boys who are still hustling and struggling to live up to expectation.
He said “elo le ti na teni billing fe pa yin?” which means how much have you spent that you are complaining. Someone needs to remind Zlatan that he’s once a broke nigga before tasting wealth.
4. Instagram By Reminisce Ft Olamide & Naira Marley
Naira Marley’s lines on his own verse “To ba doko wa ma lo ile” has been a slang to average Nigerian youth most especially the boys.
They don’t even want to show any sign of respect to the ladies anymore as Marlian President has convinced them boys.
5. Logo Benz By Lil Kesh Ft Olamide
As the Pant-Benz ritual became the tremendous thing harming our society in the past. Lil Kesh became the artiste to made song over it featuring Olamide.
However, the expectation was for the former YBNL‘s act to address the issue and pass message to desist anyone involving in the deed.
It goes the other way as their lyrics were rather encouraging the bad act, especially Olamide adding to the chorus stating “if money no enter i go do blood money oo.”
Nigerians immediately accused and rubbished both Lil Kesh & Olamide over the influence of what their bad lyrics on the song will cause.
Do You Also Agree That The Above Songs Listed Are Of No Good Value To Our Society?
Which Other Song Do You Think Should Be On This List?
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