(+LYRICS + MEANING + TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: OPOTOYI BY NAIRA MARLEY “EXTREMELY LEWD!”

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Hmm! Naira Marley the bad guy; oro iranu kun orin e (Too many vulgar words in his songs)

The word “Opotoyi” is a Yoruba word in Nigeria which means”It is much” while “Ase opotoyi” means “so it is much”

The song “Opotoyi” is a sexual song with extreme vulgar lyrics. It talks about all manners of sex; oral sex; the lollipopping (if you know what I mean (Dick sucking)), breast sucking and other forms of sex. “O fe gbe enu si tobi” literally means a girl wants to put her mouth in his dick to suck.

The song also talks about how ladies with big breasts and ass hide their big breasts and ass underneath their clothes. The artiste also glorifies the use of drug in the song. He also talks about how getting extremely high in cocaine and alcohol can make you hit the wrong person, for instance, a soldier.

The artiste also talks about how well known he is in some areas. He also says he is mighty and doesn’t relate with those below his position.

View some of the lewd lyrics used by Naira Marley in the “Opotoyi” below

LEWD LYRICS

“Won ni e’n wa lamba, lamba wa lowo NM (Naira Marley) (They said you are looking for good sex, Naira marley has got that)

Awon omo suck away, won ni‘n suck away (Those ladies that love to suck, they asked me to suck away)
Gbese na, ab’oti ni injury (Remove your leg or do you have an injury)
Jijo mi o, give me five minutes like Indomie (Do my dance move, give me five minutes like Indomie)
O’n wo mi o, o da n’pe o fe do mi o (She is looking at me like someone that wants to fuck me)
O fe gbenu s’enu, baby girl can you gbenu si Tobi? Go down (She wants to put mouth in mouth, baby girl can you put your mouth in my big thing (suck my dick); go down)
O fe gbenu s’enu, baby girl can you gbenu si Tobi? (She wants to put her mouth in mouth, baby girl can you put your mouth in mybig thing (Can you suck my dick)

Aya kinkini, obo Tiger (Small breast, big vagina
Sexy girl, je kin gbori si e laya, (Sexy girl let me put my head on your breast)
Papa e bi ti sugar, mo ti fe da, obo yen dun bi sugar (Her quick action is like sugar, I am about to release, the vagina is so sweet like sugar)
Da kin to da, o ni kin je kin ohun mo kin to da (Be wet before I release. She said I should let her know before I release)
La nkan to fe la, je kan mo pe ile aiye la bola (Suck what you want to suck, let them know that it is on earth that they met wealth)

THE ENTIRE CHORUS

Ase opotoyi, (Ase opotoyi) (So it is much/big like this)….”

 

 

 

Although, I am wondering what he means by “Lighter wa ni YBNL”. Any idea? Kindly fill me in through the comment box.

Take a gander at the lyrics below

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LYRICS TO OPOTOYI BY NAIRA MARLEY

 INTRO
Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians (Omo ase)
Gbese, gbese, gbese, gbese, gbese, gbese
Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians
MD, MD, MD, MD yi bad oh

Won ni e’n wa lighter, ligher wa ni YBNL (They said you are looking for lighter, lighter is at YBNL)
Won ni e’n wa lamba, lamba wa lowo NM (Naira Marley) (They said you are looking for good sex, Naira marley has got that)
Won ni e’n wa idi, Southi lo ni idi Mehn! (They said you are looking for big ass, the South people have it)
Ewo idi, won travel lo se idi yen (See that ass, they travel to go and enlarge it)

CHORUS

Ase opotoyi, (Ase opotoyi) (So it is much/big like this)
Aso le fi bo, (Aso le fi bo) (You used cloth to cover it)
Opotoyi, (Opotoyi) (It is so much/big)
Aso le fi bo, (Aso le fi bo) (You used cloth to cover it)
Ase opotoyi, (Ase opotoyi) (So it is much/big like this)
Aso le fi bo, (Aso le fi bo) (You used cloth to cover it)
Opotoyi, (Opotoyi) (It is so much/big)
Aso le fi bo, (Aso le fi bo) (You used cloth to cover it)

 

VERSE 1

Awon omo suck away, won ni‘n suck away (Those ladies that love to suck, they asked me to suck away)
If I go to the club, mo ma take away (If I go to the club, I will take away)
O fe ka mi o, mo ya look away (She wants to catch me, I had to look away)
Omo ase, o lon duro de giveaway (Kuro n’be) (Novice; she was waiting for giveaway) (Leave there)
Gbese na, ab’oti ni injury (Remove your leg or do you have an injury)
Jijo mi o, give me five minutes like Indomie (Do my dance move, give me five minutes like Indomie)
O’n wo mi o, o da n’pe o fe do mi o (She is looking at me like someone that wants to fuck me)
Ba‘mu nkan mi o, omo ase, ba n mu igbo mi o (Give me my thing, novice, give me my weed)
Aboki wire o ni gan mo na (Aboki’s means of money exchange will not catch fire)
Inshallahu, o ma ri owo na (in Allah’s name, you will see money to spend)
Pound Sterling lo’n fin sanwo mi (Pound sterling is what they use in paying me)
Dollar Dollar lo’n fin sanwo mi (Dollar is what they use in paying me)
Ko s’ogun aiku, iku lo gara ju (There is no medicine for long life, death is inevitable)
Werey to s’ogun aiku fun gan, to ba ku gan bawo lo se fe gba refund? (The mad person that they did long-life voodoos for, if he dies how will he be refunded?)
Kilofemu? O ni kin fun ohun ni coke, Cokeka!, (What do you want to drink? She said I should give her coke, cocaine)
Mo pe dealer mi, ohun sniff, emi gbegbo s’enu, Ganja! (I called my dealer, she sniffed while I smoked it)
O fe gbenu s’enu, baby girl can you gbenu si Tobi? Go down (She wants to put mouth in mouth, baby girl can you put your mouth in my big thing (suck my dick); go down)
O fe gbenu s’enu, baby girl can you gbenu si Tobi? (She wants to put her mouth in mouth, baby girl can you put your mouth in mybig thing (Can you suck my dick)

Aya kinkini, obo Tiger (Small breast, big vagina
Sexy girl, je kin gbori si e laya, (Sexy girl let me put my head on your breast)
Papa e bi ti sugar, mo ti fe da, obo yen dun bi sugar (Her quick action is like sugar, I am about to release, the vagina is so sweet like sugar)
Da kin to da, o ni kin je kin ohun mo kin to da (Be wet before I release. She said I should let her know before I release)
La nkan to fe la, je kan mo pe ile aiye la bola (Suck what you want to suck, let them know that it is on earth that they met wealth)

CHORUS

Ase opotoyi, (Ase opotoyi) (So it is much/big like this)
Aso le fi bo, (Aso le fi bo) (You used cloth to cover it)
Opotoyi, (Opotoyi) (It is so much/big)
Aso le fi bo, (Aso le fi bo) (You used cloth to cover it)
Ase opotoyi, (Ase opotoyi) (So it is much/big like this)
Aso le fi bo, (Aso le fi bo) (You used cloth to cover it)
Opotoyi, (Opotoyi) (It is so much/big)
Aso le fi bo, (Aso le fi bo) (You used cloth to cover it)

VERSE 2
Ese to gbe’yan shubu, o fe dide o tun shubu (The blow that threw someone down; he wants to stand up, but he fell again)
To’ju ti wu, Olorun mama je a s’oribu (His eyes are swollen, may God not let you be destroyed)
O lo gba soldier leti, o so pe ohun o momo (He went to slap a soldier and said it was a mistake)
Ni gba ti soldier o wo uniform, won kin gbe ejo soldier lo si court (Because the soldier did not wear uniform; they do not take matters to court)
Yebariba, samboribo
Won momi, ni Mushin d’eko, (They know me in Mushin and in Lagos island)
Won mo mi l’Ojora l’odo Oyingbo (They know me in Ojora and Oyingbo)
Pe ki’laja b’ekun se? (What is a dog doing with a lion)
Ki’ lo tun ni Marley se (What did they say Marley did again)
I’m from Peckham by the way
Bad energy oya stay far away

CHORUS

Ase opotoyi, (Ase opotoyi) (So it is much/big like this)
Aso le fi bo, (Aso le fi bo) (You used cloth to cover it)
Opotoyi, (Opotoyi) (It is so much/big)
Aso le fi bo, (Aso le fi bo) (You used cloth to cover it)
Ase opotoyi, (Ase opotoyi) (So it is much/big like this)
Aso le fi bo, (Aso le fi bo) (You used cloth to cover it)
Opotoyi, (Opotoyi) (It is so much/big)
Aso le fi bo, (Aso le fi bo) (You used cloth to cover it)


OUTRO
Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians
Gbese, gbese, gbese, gbese, gbese, gbese
Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians,
MD, MD, MD, MD yi bad oh

Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians
Gbese, gbese, gbese, gbese, gbese, gbese

DURATION: 3minutes 35 seconds

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Author:

Born in the 80’s, Ogefash picked up writing early in her secondary school days at International School, Lagos. She took it professionally after her university days at the University of Lagos where she graduated from the Department of Mass Communication. She is a writer of several short stories some of which have been published in the magazines. Some of her popular stories are: A Night to Remember, The Special Gift, Haunted, Preparing Ahead of Time amongst others. Her novel "Looming Danger" published in December 2015, was highly recommended by people. She has worked with several media outlets some of which are Spur Magazine and Upcoming Magazine. With her love for children, she took up the task of supervising and taking care of children at the After School Department of Heritage School before her resignation. Her unique strory telling and song teaching skills endeared her more to the kids she worked with. Oge is a goal getter, a pace setter and always strives for excellence. She likes to impact and solve problems in a creative way in a challenging position. She has in-depth knowledge in reporting and editing. She is a seasoned writer and very passionate about her work. Interestingly, her blog is the first in Nigeria to start reviewing Nigerian and foreign movies and also write the plots scene by scene. Ogefash blog is also the first to give a detailed analysis about music and artistes in Nigeria and abroad. Ogefash says "I don't keep male friends because they always want to have sex with me. I don't keep female friends because they are always bitchy and envious. I only keep people I can call more than a friend!" Ogefash has an affinity for TV reality shows. In 2018, she represented Nigeria in the PanAfrican TV reality game show "The Maltavator Challenge" powered by Nigeria's number one malt drink packed full of energy giving vitamins B1, B2, B3 and B6;Malta Guinness. The show brought together four African countries Nigeria, Ghana, Ethiopia and Coted'ivoire who competed for the grand prize of 20,000 dollars. Undaunted by any task in her field, Oge is highly energetic and creative. She is a rare gem and a gift to this generation.

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