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(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: PARTE AFTER PARTE BY BIG TRIL “WHO IS BIG TRIL? +WHAT THIS SONG IS ABOUT”

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Big Tril is a rapper from Uganda. His real name is Rolland Kaiza. He gained prominence when Disc Jockeys’ (DJs) in different countries especially “Nigerian DJs” jumped on his track “Parte after parte”, played it non-stop till it eventually became a massive hit. Perhaps the reason Big Tril made this video focus on DJs. What y’all think?

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WHAT IS THE SONG PARTE AFTER PARTE ABOUT?

Although BIG Tril used the word “Parte” for the title of the song, but the real spelling for it is ” Party.” A party is the gathering of people anywhere, anytime, any day for a fun celebration.

Big Tril used this song to show how much of a party freak he his. He says he loves to party nonstop and can never be tired of partying; if possible he would party from morning till midnight and then carry on the next day as far as there is cash.

The song also talks about turning up;  getting high and having sex countless times with the opposite sex at parties.

The song comes in two verses. The chorus “Parte after parte” is a very catchy phrase used to emphasize the unending fun the artiste intends to have in life. That phrase was what actually made the song popular. The beat is melodious, original and interesting to the ears. The lyrics are detailed, punchy and meaningful. Big Tril’s vocal wasn’t too clear at some point. The lyrics are well arranged. He flowed well on the beat and he was also consistent with the style of rhythm.

Big Tril sang basically in English and fused it with few words in Swahili.

 

MEANING OF SOME WORDS

PARTE AFTER PARTE THEN WE MASH UP THE PLACE: This doesn’t mean he and others would destroy the place. What the artiste may be trying to say is that their party would be so loud that it would draw people’s attention to the place. They would make a loud noise as well as create a scene to show off their excitement.

To my Uganda peeps, biko (Please) what is Gomwana? Is that the name given to a female or it means something else? Kindly fill us in via the comment box…

Take a gander at the lyrics below…

LYRICS TO PARTE AFTER PARTE BY BIG TRIL

INTRO

Striker Entertainment Baby!

Parte after parte; then we mash up the place
Parte after parte; then we mash up the place
Parte after parte; then we mash up the place
Mash up the place (Big Tril on the beats)

Mash up the place like; yeah

CHORUS

Parte after parte, ah yeah
Parte after parte, ah yeah
Parte after parte
After parte, after parte, ah yeah

Parte after parte, ah yeah
Parte after parte, ah yeah
Parte after parte
After parte, after parte

VERSE 1

Okay the pre-game lit
So we turn up, turn up, yeah
Vibes on, vibes
Yeah, we burn up, burn up, yeah
Where the party at?
I’ma run up, run up
Going all night long ’til sun up, sun up, ah

Going off like a rocket launcher, yeah
It’s a vibe yeah you like it don’t you? yeah
Take it take it, do it for the culture, yeah
Pelican fly I don’t like no vulture, yeah

I thought I told ya
When I come through it’s over
I’m a soldier
Big range like a rover
I’m a roller
Big time shot caller
When you see me in the club
You can come holla like, yeah, ooh

We here to turn up what we do, ooh
I just wanna kick it with the crew, ooh
Top of the world, what a view
Pretty girl next to you
Tell her she can come too like, yeah

CHORUS

Parte after parte, ah yeah
Parte after parte, ah yeah
Parte after parte
After parte, after parte, ah yeah

Parte after parte, ah yeah
Parte after parte, ah yeah
Parte after parte
After parte, after parte

VERSE 2

Okay now drink after the drink
Then we go dumb, dumb
All about the action Jean Claude Van Damme
You think it’s over but I’m not yet done
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Give him a run, run

I say Gomwana
Let me do my thing one time
Gomwana
Let me do my thing two times
Gomwana
Give her that thing three times
If you really, really like it
We can go four times

You know I handle my business
From the start to the finish
I really ain’t got no limit
I’m pow-pow with the spinach
I get my haters all livid
They dreaming it while I live it
Ain’t got no time to be timid

Miss me with the gimmicks like, ooh
I came looking for company, ooh
Drop that thing up on me, eh
Baraje kumayinbawe
It’s a parte after parte
‘Cause I got my money like, eh

CHORUS

Parte after parte, ah yeah
Parte after parte, ah yeah
Parte after parte
After parte, after parte, ah yeah

Parte after parte, ah yeah
Parte after parte, ah yeah
Parte after parte
After parte, after parte

OUTRO

Parte after parte; then we mash up the place
Parte after parte; then we mash up the place
Parte after parte; then we mash up the place
Mash up the place; mash up the place like

Parte after parte; then we mash up the place
Parte after parte; then we mash up the place
Parte after parte; then we mash up the place
Mash up the place; (Big Tril on the beat) mash up the place like ooh

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR PARTE AFTER PARTE BELOW

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMfMuZ9fjjI

DURATION: 2 MINUTES 47 SECONDS

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