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So, be a part of the November 18th, 2017 Nigerian Fashion, Music and Comedy Show. It will take place at the Neulton View Center (20, Sanya Street, Aguda, Surulere, Lagos)

Green carpet: 12 noon
Time: 2:00 pm

To watch the show, get your tickets for just 2000 naira (REGULAR) pere and 10,000 naira (VIP) pere. It promises to be extremely exciting with amazing models ready to slay the runway in this fashion show. There would also be lots of comedy and music by terrific artistes.

Don’t be told how it went down. Be a part of it!
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MUSIC REVIEW: FIA BY DAVIDO. TERRIFIC SONG! BUT WHO OWNS THE BEAT?


“Suuukura kilo ko si o, eh! (Yeaah), Suku shaker, I am shoe maker, Yeehhh!!!” What exactly does that line mean? Well, that was the question my mum asked me as I played, watched and listened to the song “FIA” by Davido umpteen times in order to review it. So, I partially replied “Mum, this is Nigeria, Davido is a Nigerian, that is our styl of music; to always have a line that would grab people’s attention even though it means nothing. So, don’t be surprised when someone passes you by and he or she is singing that line. In essence, Nigerians also love to listen to/sing catchy words even if it doesn’t have any meaning. So what’s up with FIA? View the lyrcis first…

[Intro]
Fire! Fire!
Dab, make I dab (haba!)
Give me love, make I love (I do!)
Place no other one above (haba!)
Damnn!! Fresh on the beat

[Verse 1]
Shawty want a million dollar (sekpe!)
Say make I wire wire (Yeah)
Turn me to wanna cover oh (maga oh!)
She say all her friends are (friends are)
Living davi da loca
Dey form Yemi my lover oo(ahhhn!!)
[Hook]
Yeah! You for dey for me (you for deeeey!!)
When the boy dey hunger (you for deey!!)
I for die for you oohhh ehhh
But you say, if you no get money, hide your face (I hide my face)
Make another man pikin, run my race (Yeah, aaahn)

[Chorus]
I love you, no mean say, if you say make I put one hand for Fire
Fire Fire burn them
I go put hand for Fire oh
E no mean say, if you say make I put one leg for Fire
Fire Fire burn them
I go put leg for Fire oh
[Bridge]
Dab, make I dab (haba!)
give me love, make I love (I do!)
Place no other one above (haba!)
Dab, make I dab (haba!)
give me love, make I love (I do!)
Place no other one above (haba!)

[Verse 2]
Suuukura kilo ko si o, eh! (Yeaah)
Suku shaker, I am shoe maker
Yeehhh!!!
Caroline save your drama
I don’t need it for the Soap Opera
Hola Hola, Mr olopa, am not here to cause wahala
Hello diva, save your drama, you don’t need me in your Soap Opera

[Hook]
Yeah! You for dey for me (you for deeeeey!!)
When the boy dey hunger (you for deeey!!)
I for try for you oohhh ehhh
But you say, if you no get money, hide your face
(I hide my face)
Make another man pikin, run my race
[Chorus]
I love you, no mean say, if you say make I put one hand for Fire
Fire Fire burn them
I go put hand for Fire oh
E no mean say, if you say make I put one leg for Fire
Fire Fire burn them
I go put leg for Fire oh

[Bridge]
Dab, make I dab (haba!)
give me love, make I love (I do!)
Place no other one above (haba!)
Dab, make I dab (haba!)
give me love, make I love (I do!)
Place no other one above (haba!)

[Hook]
Yeehhh!! You for dey for me (you for dey!!)
When the boy dey hunger (you for dey!!)
I for try for you oohhh ehhh
But you say, if you no get money, hide your face
(I hide my face)
Make another man pikin, run my race


[Chorus]
I love you, no mean say, if you say make I put one hand for Fire
Fire Fire burn them
I go put hand for Fire ooh
E no mean say, if you say make I put one leg for Fire
Fire Fire burn them (Mix Monster!)
I go put leg for Fire ooh

[Outro]
Fire burn dem bomboclaat yeah
Hahahaaaa
Chai

The music video FIA by Davido is a different and nice concept by the artiste unlike the typical Nigerian music videos where our eyes are filled with naked girls, lots of alcohol, borrowed money as well as eye confusing colour palette images.

In the song, Davido says loving someone doesn’t mean putting your hands into fire. In essence, you may extremely love someone, but that doesn’t mean doing evil or wrong things just to prove your love.

The first time in his song he wont mention OBO. The video was shot both outdoor and indoor with a sepia background. It is quite glaring that no music artiste has ever attempted this style of music which is a plus to him. Also worth mentioning is the fact that Nigerian musicians including Davido now have their dancers wear the Ankara fabric.

Just thinking
• The intro beat looks the same with that of the song “Mad over you by Runtown”, though it later became similar with “IF by Davido”
• And why are tongues wagging because he said “If you don’t have money , hide your face”, is small doctor complaining about the line, so why una dey drink panadol for another person headache.
• Was there really a need for the lady to be on that bridal dress
• Those two traditional dancers, I don’t really know their essence in the music video, their dance was not visible enough, the camera was always quick to move away from them. I know musicians are trying to promote the African dance, but I don’t really think it was needed in the video. Perhaps, it was not fused well with the video
• The camera generally doesn’t focus much on any of them. Also, the video looks like something that was shot in a dim light
• I cant really connect the chorus with verse 2.

DURATION 3:47
PRODUCED BY FRESH
But then, I want you to know that this is a lovely song, but the video could have been better!

TOP SIX SONGS FROM PSQUARE’S SIX ALBUMS THAT SHOULD HAVE HAD MUSIC VIDEOS


Amidst the ongoing feud between the duo, millions of people all over the world have their music endeared to them. Fans can’t stop listening to their music despite the fact that “Peter and Paul dem be one” have now decided to become become two, with Peter Okoye bearing Mr P and Paul Okoye- Rudeboy.

So this Music Wednesday on Ogefash’s blog, these are our 6 songs from their 6 albums that we believe Psquare should have shot the videos. You can also share with us what track/tracks from any of their album you would have loved to see the video/s

The first is from the 2003- 9 track- Last nite album. PSquaredLastNiteIt would have been terrific if the duo had shot a video for the track “Last nite”. Last nite basically talked about unfaithfulness in a relationship.

The second is from the 2005- 13 track- Get squared album. 220px-Getsquared. Though most of the tracks had videos, but then one particular track didn’t, “Oga police”. Oga police basically talked about the Nigerian police and their harassment.

The third is from the 2007- 14 track- Game over. 220px-PSquareGameOver. Infact, 70% of the songs in this album came out with music videos. But then one particular track didn’t, “Stand up”. Stand up basically takes a swipe at the politicians who do nothing but deceive and lie the citizens. They therefore called on the citizens who are chanting change, to stand on their feet and start the “change” they so much desire.

The fourth is from the 2009- 14 track- Danger album. 220px-Danger-album-by-p-square About two or three videos were shot from this album, but one particular one was not picked, and that would be “Trowey”. Trowey basically talked about what the love for a woman and her body can make a man do, such as spending a lot of money on her

The fifth is from the 2011- 14 track- Invasion album. 220px-The-invasion-by-p-square Now, it is quite tough to choose a track from this album, because there were a lot of tracks that fans would have wanted to see their video, but then, we would go for “Me and my brother”. This track talked about the challenges that they faced in the music industry that almost made them run away. They also said they may not be the best, but God has still singled them out for blessing. They therefore advised others to be patient till it gets to their turn.

The sixth is from the 2014- 13 track- double trouble album. P-Square_-_Double_Trouble_cover. We would have loved to see the video for Zombie. The song basically called on people to get up and do something for themselves, rather than being lazy or depending on someone for survival. It also called on those looking for easy way of making money to get up and do the right thing, in the right way.

Also it would have been great if there were videos to their collabo with these artistes
Akon (Bedroom) and Nice (All the way)


So what track exactly would you have loved to see the video?
Drop in the comment box or on our facebook page “Ogefash’s Styl media house”

As they celebrate their birthday in few days time- Nov 18, Ogefash’s blog wishes them a happy birthday in advance and sincerely wishes that they reconcile family wise and musically.

I WANT TO SPEAK HAUSA TODAY (CLASS 22)




Do you have an Hausa friend or customer, and you feel like surprising them by speaking their language? Ogefash’s blog has got you covered.Put down a word, and we will translate it in Hausa for you. Today’s words…
DOOR,GATE/KOFA,KOFAR; OPEN/BUDE; CLOSE/RUFE

ENG: OPEN THE DOOR
HAUSA: BUDE KOFA

ENG: DON’T OPEN THE DOOR
HAUSA: KADA BUDE KOFA

ENG: CLOSE THE DOOR
HAUSA: RUFE KOFA

ENG: DON’T CLOSE THE DOOR
HAUSA: KADA RUFE KOFA

(ADVERT) YOPI! IT’S ANOTHER EDITION OF THE NIGERIAN FASHION, MUSIC AND COMEDY SHOW



Is your fashion style unique? Does it make statement? Does it leave faces of people in that “WOW” expression? Then believe me, the world deserves to see you. It’s time for your fashion styl to speak for you.
Call 08057382420, 08064033645, 07012296246 for enquiries…

So, be a part of the November 18th, 2017 Nigerian Fashion, Music and Comedy Show. It will take place at the Neulton View Center (20, Sanya Street, Aguda, Surulere, Lagos)

Green carpet: 12 noon
Time: 2:00 pm

To watch the show, get your tickets for just 2000 naira (REGULAR) pere and 10,000 naira (VIP) pere. It promises to be extremely exciting with amazing models ready to slay the runway in this fashion show. There would also be lots of comedy and music by terrific artistes.

Don’t be told how it went down. Be a part of it!
Call 08057382420, 08064033645, 07012296246 now!

MOSQUITOES ARE BITING OUR KIDS! OGBERE INHABITANTS CRY OUT TO LOCAL ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION COMPANIES


One of the inhabitants of Ogbere community has come out to complain about how the power holders of Nigeria are treating them unfairly. According to her, the power holders had some weeks back leading to a month now, cut off their light because some houses in the area have refused to pay their electricity bills.

The woman when speaking to Ogefash’s Styl (OFS) Media House said mosquitoes are biting her kids, families, friends and even enemies in the area. She was saddened because of the power holders quick resolve to cut off the light of all inhabitants on the street. In her voice, she said they are suffering for the sins of others as their house is not owing electricity bills. She said most big houses on her street are the ones owing. More infuriated is that she believes that with or without the electricity supplied by power holders, the occupants of the big houses always run on generator, even when there is light.

She is of the opinion that the power holders are cruel for deciding to punish all innocent occupants with the guilty occupants when they ought to cut off the lights of those that are owing. The woman went on to say that the way the power holders handled the light issue was a clear case of “if you can not beat them, then join them”. Explaining what she meant by this, she said, their house would ensure that when other houses are not paying for electricity bills, they would join them as well, since it is obvious that they would end up cutting everybody’s light.

OFS Media House verified and found out that truly for a month, there has been total black out in the area. So many occupants of the street had a lot of bills ranging from 200,000 to 500,000 to settle and we are wondering why the electricity company allowed their bills to accumulate before taking a step.

But as at the time of filing this report, it was gathered that their official have been sent to the area, to connect lights back. Surely, Ogbere would soon be restored in no time.