(+LYRICS+TRANSLATION+MEANING) MUSIC REVIEW: PUTA BY NAIRA MARLEY “THIS PUTA SONG MEANS GIRLS ARE PROSTITUTES” +THIS IS AN “IDI” AS IN “ASS” DISPLAY VIDEO

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Are girls really prostitutes? The word Puta is

a spanish word that means “Whore.” So, if Naira Marley sang in the Chorus

“Feeling a la puta”
“Baby girl you are puta”

That means he is referring to girls as prostitutes especially those that use their big ass to control and seduce men. The artiste says a whore can’t ever get pregnant for him.

It may however not be all girls that he referred to as prostitutes, but those that are dirty, immoral and loose; those ladies that send lewd pictures to guys via social media; those that seduce men with their big ass and breast in order to get money from them as well as those that are picked by men in different vehicles for sexual aim. View some of the lines that show some girls live whorish lives.

“E e e egbami, awon omo Naija fe fi idi pami (Won fe fi idi pami) (Save me! Nigerian ladies want to use their ass to kill me)
Nigbami ti’n ba shi Insta idi ma ni (Idi ma ni) (At times, when I open my Instagram, what I see is ass)”

The song “Puta” doesn’t only talk about girls as prostitutes, it also talks about the wicked world human beings live in. Naira Marley says that it is only on earth that you will see human beings trying to hurt their fellow human beings.

Most of the lyrics to Puta are sexual just like his last song opotoyi. View the review here (http://www.google.com/url?q=https://ogefash.reviews/2019/08/21/lyrics-meaning-translation-music-review-opotoyi-by-naira-marley-extremely-lewd/&sa=U&ved=2ahUKEwikwrjVuOTkAhVmTd8KHW1kBP4QFjAAegQICBAB&usg=AOvVaw2-ZiZrH-5LBsu4QAYyQB5i)

SEXUAL LINES

“Ma lo te idi gbabe nipple (Gbabe nipple) (Don’t press the ass and forget pressing the nipple)
“Yeah! Oh baby! Ma sa, gbori duro yo’di fun (Yo’di fun) (Oh baby, don’t run away, stay fixed and bring out your ass for him)
“Tori pe ara ti kun, tori pe ara mi wa lona (Tori pe ara mi wa lona) (Because my body is full; because my body is in the mood)
Just because you know that I want to s’owo kan (Mo fe se owo kan) (Just because you know I want to sex you once)”

I love the beat. The rhythm flows so well. Perhaps the reason I am in love with the song. The video though; hmmm, it is an idi (Ass) display video.

By the way, I have noticed something about Naira Marley which I am sure you must have noticed too. He just has a way of always including Olamide in his lyrics. The way he hypes Olamide ehn; it is not a ‘hia’ something.

“Baddosneh ti settle e (Settle e) (Baddosneh has settled it)”

Even Lil Kesh too must always include something about Olamide in his lyrics. I feel the trio belong to the same click; like a secret cactus “Naira Marley, Olamide, Lil Kesh.” “Zlatan”is about to join them while Adekunle has left. What ya think?

Mind you, I did not say they belong to egbe “gbeje gbeje o” or “egbe okuku”

Finally, Naira Marley in the song says he has his own caucus and they identify themselves whenever they hook up. He says people that are not one of them; should not dare come close.

Wondering

Why Naira Marley did his face like that at the 1 minute 4 seconds of the video? It was like the face of someone that wanted to cry

Take a gander at the lyrics below

LYRICS TO PUTA BY NAIRA MARLEY

INTRO

Party guest: Hello! Hello! How far Naira? Omo we don dey outside o, bouncers no let us enter o

NAIRA MARLEY

Egbami! Awon omo Naija fe f’idi pami, (Won fe fi idi pami) (Save me! Nigerian ladies want to use their ass to kill me)
Hey control the crowd, control the crowd
Marlians come forward, the rest fuck off; se oye e (Do you understand)

Yo Rexxie on this one!

VERSE 1

E e e egbami, awon omo Naija fe fi idi pami (Won fe fi idi pami) (Save me! Nigerian ladies want to use their ass to kill me)
Nigbami ti’n ba shi Insta idi ma ni (Idi ma ni) (At times, when I open my Instagram, what I see is ass)
Idi araba, idi oro, idi abajo, idi arere, Idi ganlebe, idimu (Big ass, dangerous ass, ass with reason, thick ass, all rounded ass)
Gbe idi jor! Tani idi ofo (Tani idi ofo) (Carry your ass, who owns this useless ass)
Ah! E ni sun (E ni sun) (You won’t sleep)
Ma lo te idi gbabe nipple (Gbabe nipple) (Don’t press the ass and forget pressing the nipple)
Yeah! Oh baby! Ma sa, gbori duro yo’di fun (Yo’di fun) (Oh baby, don’t run away, stay fixed and bring out your ass for him)
Won tin settle e (They have settled it)
Abu Abel ti settle e (Settle e) (Abu Abel has settled it)
Samuel Larry ti settle e (Settle e) (Samuel Larry has settled it)
Baddosneh ti settle e (Settle e) (Baddosneh has settled it)

Inside life, ninu aiye aiyeraiye, (Aiye raiye)
Aiye tun ya to s’aiye (Life is different from life)
K’olorun ma je ka r’ija aye, (Ka r’ija aiye) (May God not let us see the wickedness of the world)
Ninu aiye, aiye tun je’ju aiye (In this world, human beings are hurting their fellow beings)
Se e r’oju aiye, mo r’aiye mo sa fun aiye (Have you seen life? I saw wicked people and I ran away)

CHORUS

Feeling ala puta, (Feeling the prostitute)
Baby girl you are puta (Baby girl, you are a prostitute)
Imagine la’le ana, Rexxie fi benzo gbe Ruka lo (Imagine, Yesterday night, Rexxie used his Benz to take Take Ruwa away)
S’oti mu igbo yo ni? Olosho se ma l’oyun fun mi? What can fa (Are you high on drugs? Prostitute will you get pregnant for me? What can ever cause that?)
S’oti mu cocaine abi o ko ni catarrh? (Have you taken weed or you just have catarrh?)

VERSE 2
T’agbo yen ba dull, iwo play Naira Marley o ma scatter sha (O ma scatter sha) (If herb is not working on you, you just play Naira Marley song and you would be active)
Awa no manners; zero belts a thousand trousers (We no manners; zero belts, a thousand trousers)
S’omo MD? Iyen mean ko jo Marlian Dance ( Do you know MD? That means you should dance Marlian Dance (Soapy))
S’ori NBG, ma so tan, awa “No belt gang” (Can you see NBG; don’t say it all “No Belt Gang”)
Kuron’be! Hello! (Leave there! Hello!)

BRIDGE

A mo’ra wa, a mo’ra wa (We know ourselves, we know ourselves)
O fe ma magnet, a mo ra wa (He wants to attach with us but we know ourselves)
E ma lo wa (E ma lo wa); e ma lo wa (Ma lo wa) (Don’t you come, don’t you come)
Owo wan’le o, e ma lo wa (There is money on ground, but don’t come)

CHORUS

Feeling ala puta, (Feeling the prostitute)
Baby girl you are puta (Baby girl, you are a prostitute)
Kalapoka;baby girl you are puta (Baby girl, you are a prostitute)

Feeling ala puta, (Feeling the prostitute)
Baby girl you are puta (Baby girl, you are a prostitute)
Kalapoka (Poka); baby girl you are puta (Baby girl you are a prostitute)


VERSE 3

Tori pe ara ti kun, tori pe ara mi wa lona (Tori pe ara mi wa lona) (Because my body is full; because my body is in the mood)
Just because you know that I want to s’owo kan (Mo fe se owo kan) (Just because you know I want to sex you once)
You want me to spend the money, your daddy can’t spend on you
Don’t call me to tell me rubbish nipe o ni fe mi, (Pe o feran who?) (Don’t call me to tell me rubbish that you are in love with me)
If you catch a thief in the act o ma ni owun o ni se iru e mo (A thief that is caught in the act will always promise never to steal again)

Omo t’on sofun t’owarunki, ita la ti ko n’gbon, (Ko l’ogbon) (A child that they warn but doesn’t hear word will learn his lesson outside)
If you don’t know how the water get in the coconut (In the coconut)
Mo ko sofun wipe ko mo b’omi se n de inu agbon (I am just trying to tell him that he doesn’t know how water enters the coconut)

CHORUS

Feeling ala puta, (Feeling the prostitute)
Baby girl you are puta (Baby girl, you are a prostitute)
Kalapoka; baby girl you are puta (Baby girl, you are a prostitute)
Feeling ala puta, (Feeling the prostitute)
Baby girl you are puta (Baby girl, you are a prostitute)
Kalapoka (Poka); baby girl you are puta (Baby girl, you are a prostitute)

OUTRO

A mo’ra wa, a mo’ra wa (We know ourselves, we know ourselves)
O fe ma magnet, a mo ra wa (He wants to attach with us but we know ourselves)
E ma lo wa (E ma lo wa); e ma lo wa (Ma lo wa) (Don’t you come, don’t you come)
Owo wan’le o, e ma lo wa (There is money on ground)

Yo yo yo Rexxie pon this one!

Yo yo yo Rexxie pon this one!

Spirit mix

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR PUTA BELOW

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmdVFsUVPfk

DURATION: 3 MINUTES 43 SECONDS

SHOT AND CHOPPED BY NAYA

VIEW IMAGES FOR THE SONG PUTA BY NAIRA MARLEY

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3 thoughts on “(+LYRICS+TRANSLATION+MEANING) MUSIC REVIEW: PUTA BY NAIRA MARLEY “THIS PUTA SONG MEANS GIRLS ARE PROSTITUTES” +THIS IS AN “IDI” AS IN “ASS” DISPLAY VIDEO

  1. Naija musicians seem to have nothing else to sing about aside a lady’s bum and breast.
    For that one that calls himself Naira Marley, he should better respect himself. Girls are not puta whatever; they are not prostitutes!

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