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(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: TINGASA BY C BLVCK FT NAIRA MARLEY “HERE IS THE REAL MEANING OF TINGASA”

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I really don’t know why many people like Naira Marley’s songs or the songs he is featured in; well I want to assure you that my sister, Barrister Ayeni is not one of those people. Once she hears Naira Marley, she quickly dismisses any dialogue on him. According to her “Naira Marley is just corrupting both old and new generations.”

And why am I still always reviewing Naira Marley’s songs, when people now practically believe that Ogefash Blog is all about Naira Marley; well may be because I am probably a Marlian (Marlian means a fan of Naira Marley) as well; oya let’s tingasa this song…

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WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THE SONG TINGASA BY C BLVCK FT NAIRA MARLEY

The word Tingasa is a slang; most likely a slang relating to sex. I want to assure you that even Naira Marley and C Bvck don’t have any particular meaning for the word “Tingasa”; they just probably formed the word off the cuff. Any idea what Tingasa means? Kindly fill us in via the comment box…

But the song in entirety is a sexual song. The song talks about girls in different countries and continents, and how they like to have fun “sexual fun” in particular with their men.

Naira Marley took both the chorus and the pre chorus thrice. The song has two verses. The first was taken by Naira Marley while the second was taken by C BLVCK. The artistes sang mostly in Yoruba, a Nigerian language. The lyrics to this song are extremely lewd; in fact, all the lines in the verse 1 taken by Naira Marley are lewd. Of course, you know the lyrics in the pre-chorus are lewd as well.

In Naira Marley’s verse; he was comparing different people and different professions in the world. The essence of the comparison was basically to emphasize the theme of the song where he says women differ when it comes to the style of fun they want to have sexually.

C BLVCK’s verse was just filled with slangs and made his verse meaningless. In fact, concerning his stage name “C BLVCK”; I really don’t know what he was thinking when he selected it; but I really wanna let him know that this is not an easy name for the populace to remember which is not too good for an upcoming artiste. Except people just change it to C BLACK.

“Tingasa” beat is melodious and very catchy.  It is a fast tempo beat that people can groove to. The rhythm flows well. For the artistes, their vocals were quite bland and it was not clear. By the way, can someone help me with the last line of the pre-chorus cause I am really not sure of what Naira Marley said. View below…

“Brazilian girls abi (Brazillian girls also)
Awon iye ma’gbe tommy (Those ones, always carry tommy)”

The video was shot indoor; a car park precisely. Naira Marley, C BLVCK and others that featured in the song were choreographing to the song at the car park

DID YOU ALSO NOTICE THESE

Naira Marley’s dance steps @ the 1 minute 23 seconds of the song; I am really loving all his dance steps.

Did you notice the line in verse 2 where Naira Marley called Government people fraudsters; the way he sang that line made me laugh though… View below “Government o ya to si fraudster (Government is not different from fraudster)”  Listen to that line at the 59 seconds of the song.

Take a gander at the lyrics below

LYRICS TO TIMGASA BY C BLVCK FT NAIRA MARLEY

BEATS

INTRO

Opo; it’s plenty
Ose! Opo-eti (Thanks, it is plenty)
It’s plenty ni ye (That means it is plenty)
Marlians! Shabalistical!

PRE CHORUS

White, white girl freaky gan (A white girl is so freaky)
O’loun fe fun idi mi (She said she wants to squeeze my bum)
Naija girl ya were (Nigerian girls are mad)
O mo e’ye t’o wa la po mi (She knows how much is in my pocket)
Asian girl ti binu (Asian girl has vexed)
Oni kin ti bo owun ni idi (She said I should put it inside her ass)
Brazilian girls abi (Brazillian girls also)
Awon iye ma’gbe tommy (Those ones, always carry tommy)

CHORUS

Tingasa; everything tingasa
Tingasa; iwo sha ma tingasa (Tingasa; you just tingasa)
Tingasa; everything tingasa
Tingasa; iwo sha ma tingasa (Tingasa; you just tingasa)

VERSE 1

Omo meji fun eyan kan (Two babes for one man)
Obo meji fun eyan kan (Two cunts for one man)
Oyo merin iwo ni kan (Four breasts for only you)
Eyin meta fun eyan kan (The three of you for one person)                                                           Prostitute ya to si pornstar (A prostitute is different from a pornstar)
Killer de ya to si gangster (A killer is different from a gangster)
Government o ya to si fraudster (Government is not different from fraudster)
Naira Marley mo ya to si awon rapper (Naira Marley I am different from rappers)

Gbe sun mo mi, I am not a monster (Bring it close to me, I am not a monster)
J’em gbe e jade lo je lobster (Let me take you out to go and eat lobster)
LOL, I’m lord of Lamba, and I will give you something to remember.
Gbe sun mo mi, I am not a monster (Bring it close to me, I am not a monster)
J’em gbe e jade lo je lobster (Let me take you out to go and eat lobster)
LOL, I’m lord of Lamba, and I will give you something to remember.
And I’ll give you something to remember

PRE CHORUS

White, white girl freaky gan (A white girl is so freaky)
O’loun fe fun idi mi (She said she wants to squeeze my bum)
Naija girl ya were (Nigerian girls are mad)
O mo e’ye t’o wa la po mi (She knows how much is in my pocket)
Asian girl ti binu (Asian girl has vexed)
Oni kin ti bo owun ni idi (She said I should put it inside her ass)
Brazilian girls abi (Brazillian girls also)
Awon iye ma’gbe tommy (Those ones, always carry tommy)

CHORUS

Tingasa; everything tingasa
Tingasa; iwo sha ma tingasa (Tingasa; you just tingasa)
Tingasa; everything tingasa
Tingasa; iwo sha ma tingasa (Tingasa; you just tingasa)

VERSE 2 (C BLVCK)
Ose! Labalaba lori lamba (Thanks! Butterfly on Lamba)
Galagala lori gala (Lifter on gala)
Eleyi extravaganza (This one is extravaganza)
K’ebam wa palapolo lori ganja

Ose, brother seberese
Marley naira ka jo s’eba lese
Awa pelu lamba kere je kere je
Kaka ko ro ni se l’on pe le ke; ose

PRE CHORUS

White, white girl freaky gan (A white girl is so freaky)
O’loun fe fun idi mi (She said she wants to squeeze my bum)
Naija girl ya were (Nigerian girls are mad)
O mo e’ye t’o wa la po mi (She knows how much is in my pocket)
Asian girl ti binu (Asian girl has vexed)
Oni kin ti bo owun ni idi (She said I should put it inside her ass)
Brazilian girls abi (Brazillian girls also)
Awon iye ma’gbe ino mi (Those ones, always carry tommy)

CHORUS

Tingasa; everything tingasa
Tingasa; iwo sha ma tingasa (Tingasa; you just tingasa)
Tingasa; everything tingasa
Tingasa; iwo sha ma tingasa (Tingasa; you just tingasa)

OUTRO

Labalaba lori lamba
Ose (Thanks) Shabalistical!

DURATION: 2 MINUTES 54 SECONDS

WATCH VIDEO BELOW

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4-ZZtZkr40

VIDEO DIRECTED BY SOMTO

MOVES; A BAD COMPNY FILM

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6 thoughts on “(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: TINGASA BY C BLVCK FT NAIRA MARLEY “HERE IS THE REAL MEANING OF TINGASA”

    1. Hello Marlian fan, thanks for sharing your thought on the song “Tingasa” by Blvck and Naira Marley.
      Keep reading and loving our contents, and feel free to share our juicy contents @ogefash blog with colleagues, families and friends. Also follow Ogefash blog via the Follow Button. We love you #Always.

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    1. Hello Oliver, thanks for stopping by @ogefash blog to read our juicy contents. From the entire song, one can tell that the word “Tingasa” is sex related. Kindly read through the article again or check from comments made by other readers. Remember to click the Ogefash follow Burton to get the latest on movies, music translations/meanings, adverts and more. We love U#Always

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