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(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW JAHO BY KIZZ DANIEL “I AM SO FEELING THIS SONG; SO FAN-MAD-O-STIC!”

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This song is what you call

mad o; as in, odi (it is) so marvelous. Kizz Daniel has overtime proven that he is here to stay in the music industry and there is certainly no stopping of the great talent embedded in him. Not even his former record label; oginni bu their name (As in what’s their name), ehen G-unit, no, G-Worldwide can stop his shine.

I am so feeling the song “Jaho” by Kizz Daniel and I am sure those that have heard the song are also the feeling it as well and are exclaiming “so fan-mad-o-stic” like I just exclaimed now.

ABOUT THE SONG JAHO BY KIZZ DANIEL

The word Jaho is the short form for Jehovah/God which was actually coined by celebrities; I guess. The song “Jaho” by Kizz Daniel is basically a call unto God by the artiste to lift him above challenges, circumstances, difficulties or troubles of life and make him happy in life.

The song also calls on people to know their goal in life and aim towards achieving it. It calls on people to live their lives rather than get enticed to other people’s lifestyles and copying them as well. He advises people not to keep bad company, but strive to set themselves regardless of the pressure surrounding them. He also implores people to look unto God, seek help from him as He alone has solutions to all problems.

How can I just not love this song? I certainly do. I love the tune; so inspiring, thought-provoking and would sober you. It would make you reflective. At some point, I was really reflective about the way I was living; if it was right or not, if it was pleasing to God or not. Kizz Daniel really put real feelings as he sang the lyrics. Kizz Daniel and all those he featured in the song were very expressive; their faces and body language showed that they were really reflective about their lifestyle.

The song “Jaho” comes in two verses. The pre-chorus and chorus were taken twice each. The artiste’s vocal is rich and he maintained the vocal quality; extremely rich. There was no particular time he was out of tune. The rhythm of the song flows well and he was consistent with the style of rhythm. I love the beat; odi (it is) so dope! The beat is a fast one and can grab people’s attention quickly. The major instruments used in the composition of this song include the drum and piano which are the major instruments Nigerian musicians use to compose their songs. Kizz Daniel sang both in pidgin and Yoruba; a Nigerian language.

For the video; at least this particular TG Omori’s video is clear. The visual for “Komajensun” by Mohbad ft Naira Marley wasn’t too clear.

Anyway, I am trying to understand the story in the video. It seems like a particular guy went astray but later retraced his footsteps and turned a new leaf. Have an idea about the story in the video? Kindly fill us in via the comment box…

WHAT I NOTICED:

  • I noticed that Nigerian musicians love to copy one another. I remember that it was a particular musician that first featured albinos in his song; I can’t place the artiste’s name for now, but if you have an idea, kindly let us know. Others have joined in also using albinos. Mayorkun used an Albino in the song “Up to Something”, Wizkid used an albino in the song “Blow” and now Kizz Daniel in the song “Jaho”
  • For the elderly people that Kizz featured in the video; Skales had also used elderly people in his song titled “Samba

Take a gander at the lyrics below.

LYRICS TO JAHO BY KIZZ DANIEL

Vado! Alleluia!
DJ Coblon
Oh Alleluia oh oh!
Jaho jaho (Eh)
Jaho jaho jaho (Eh oh)

Eh eh

VERSE 1

You dey do as them dey do (You are doing what others are doing)
Oga do wetin you know (Do what you know)
You better know who you are (Oh oh)
You better know who you are (I know)
As you come this life alone (Yeah) (As you came to this life alone.)
Na so you go leave this life alone o (So also would you leave this life alone.)
You better know who you are (Oh oh)
You better know who you are

PRE CHORUS

Oro e lowo (Your matter is in the hands…)
Oro e lowo Oluwa lo wa (Your matter is in the hands of the Lord.)
Oro mi lowo (My matter is in the hands…)
Oro mi lowo Oluwa lo wa (My matter is in the hands of the Lord.)

He can give and take away. But everyday na for giveaway
Baba say make I dey happy. Make I dey happy; iyayaya

CHORUS

Eh! Jaho jaho. Jaho jaho oh oh (Jehovah 4x)
Gbe mi di de oh. Gbe mi di de de de (Lift me up, lift me up)

Jaho jaho. Jaho jaho oh oh (Jehovah 4x)
Gbe mi di de oh. Gbe mi di de de de (Lift me up, lift me up)

Se da da; Alleluia ah lo gba ah (Do very well; all it would take you is just Alleluia.)

Gbe mi di de oh, gbe mi di de de (Lift me up, lift me up)

VERSE 2

If you talk, you must to do
And when you lie, we know the truth
You better know who you are (Oh oh)
You better know who you are (I know)

When dem say you don dey hold o
Brother keep am on a low (Jeje) (Brother, keep it on the low (Easily)
No let anybody know (Oh no) (Don’t let anybody know)
Na money go give you fake sweetheart (Money would give you untrue sweethearts)

PRE CHORUS

Oro e lowo (Your matter is in the hands…)
Oro e lowo Oluwa lo wa (Your matter is in the hands of the Lord.)
Oro mi lowo eh (My matter is in the hands…)
Oro mi lowo Oluwa lo wa (My matter is in the hands of the Lord.)

He can give and take away. But everyday na for giveaway
Baba say make I dey happy. Make I dey happy; iyayaya

CHORUS

Eh! Jaho jaho. Jaho jaho oh oh (Jehovah 4x)
Gbe mi di de oh. Gbe mi di de de de (Lift me up, lift me up)

Jaho jaho. Jaho jaho oh oh (Jehovah 4x)
Gbe mi di de oh. Gbe mi di de de de (Lift me up, lift me up)

Se da da; Alleluia ah lo gba ah (Do very well; all it would take you is just Alleluia.)

Gbe mi di de oh, gbe mi di de de (Lift me up, lift me up)

OUTRO

Se da da; Alleluia ah lo gba ah (Do very well; all it would take you is just Alleluia.)

Gbe mi di de oh, gbe mi di de de (Lift me up, lift me up)

Jaho jaho, jaho jaho jaho jaho (Jehovah 6x)

Jaho jaho; jaho jaho jaho (Jehovah 5x)

Xxxxxxxxxx MIX AND MASTER

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR JAHO BY KIZZ DANIEL BELOW

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

SHOT AND CHOPPED BY TG OMORI

DURATION: 3 MINUTES

FLYBOY INC

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2 thoughts on “(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW JAHO BY KIZZ DANIEL “I AM SO FEELING THIS SONG; SO FAN-MAD-O-STIC!”

  1. Hmm
    Kizz Daniel u r just so TALENTED
    when i listened 2 dis song, i ws like…… How can sumone be so talented like dis?
    May Jaho lift u and lift us higher like u said……
    Carry on dear nothing do u….much love..my best musician..
    #vadothegreat

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