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(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: MAD OH BY PLAYAZ “HERE IS WHY THIS SONG IS LACKING MILLIONS OF VIEWS ON YOUTUBE +MEANING OF THE SONG MAD OH”

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ABOUT THE SONG MAD OH BY PLAYAZ

If you are a Nigerian, Ghanaian or African, then you are already familiar with the trending slang “mad oh.” Mad oh is used when something or someone is amazing. It is also used when someone does something that is surprising, impressive, awe-stricken, extra ordinary, out of the world and so on.

This song is a sexual song. “Mad oh” in the context of this song is used to emphasize the strong effect a lady has on a man as well as her amazing sexual prowess in bed.

View some lines below that show it is a sexual song…

Hey Abena,you be too sexy, you dey rise my Tanana; come text me

Bless me, no dey form as if you no want me

MEANING OF SOME LINES

Tanana means dick.

My Ghanians in the house, kindly translate “Odeyewu medor, Odeyewu esomo, mamiye; oya sekele”

The song “Mad oh” has only one verse. The chorus predominated the song. It was taken thrice. The beat is quite plain, however the catchy phrase used in the chorus “Mad oh” enhanced the song’s melody. The artiste sang in pidgin and a Ghanaian language; Akan I guess. The video features Instagram comedian- Sydney talker. Actually, the video is intended to be an humorous one, but I am not so sure the artiste was able to achieve that in this video…What ya think?

LYRICS TO THE SONG MAD OH BY PLAYAZ

INTRO

Mad (5x) Ah Jeus

CHORUS

The thing e dey do the boy; mad oh, mad oh, mad oh

The thing e dey do the boy; mad oh, mad oh, mad oh

M-A-D-MAD; M-A-D- MAD; M-A-D- MAD

Mad oh, mad oh

M-A-D-MAD; M-A-D- MAD; M-A-D- MAD

Mad oh, mad oh

VERSE 1

Hey Abena,you be too sexy, you dey rise my Tanana; come text me

Bless me, no dey form as if you no want me

Mabiye, ma loving be too sexy

Eh, sister girl,hmm

But u b swag girl o

But every time you dey pass for the street, me Charlie I go say hello.

Okay

Odeyewu medor, Odeyewu esomo

Odoyewu medor, Odeyewu esomo

CHORUS

The thing e dey do the boy; mad oh, mad oh, mad oh

The thing e dey do the boy; mad oh, mad oh, mad oh

M-A-D-MAD; M-A-D- MAD; M-A-D- MAD

Mad oh, mad oh

M-A-D-MAD; M-A-D- MAD; M-A-D- MAD

Mad oh, mad oh

HOOK

(Eh) Mamiye; oya sekele

Mamiye; oya sekele

Mami, mami, mami, mami, mami ye, oya sekele

Mamiye; oya sekele

Mamiye; oya sekele

Mami, mami, mami, mami, mami ye, oya sekele

Nana no go lose guard me; eh loose eh (2x)

Nana no go lose guard me, no go lose guard me, no go lose guard me (Jesu)

CHORUS/OUTRO

The thing e dey do the boy; mad oh, mad oh, mad oh

The thing e dey do the boy; mad oh, mad oh, mad oh

M-A-D-MAD; M-A-D- MAD; M-A-D- MAD

Mad oh, mad oh

M-A-D-MAD; M-A-D- MAD; M-A-D- MAD

Mad oh, mad oh

Mixed by ……………….

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR THE SONG MAD OH BY PLAYAZ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3dVzec3-J10

DURATION: 2 MINUTES 50 SECONDS

DIRECTED BY STANZ

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