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(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: OYA PARTE BY KCEE “WHAT IS THIS SONG REALLY ABOUT?”

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WHAT IS THE SONG OYA PARTE BY KCEE ABOUT?

I have been trying to decipher what the song “Oya Parte” by Kcee is really about. Or is it a call to ladies to just twerk, whine or something else? Or better still, is it a competetion to determine the lady with the “wickedest whine” like he sang in the chorus so he can have fun with?

I really don’t’ know….

Perhaps, Kcee is calling on people, ladies in particular to party non-stop in such a way that they would be unable to return home.  He also wants to party and have all kinds of fun with any lady that knows how to whine well. What y’all think

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Lyrically: They lyrics are muddled and cheesy. Infact, at some point, he even forgot his lyrics. What exactly is “Obidiobidi lai?”  What is balo-tele or what did he say in the line below..

“You wan come follow me like …………….”

Biko (Please), what correlation does “You get pomo  but you can’t sell it” have to do with the entire song? Was he indirectly advising women to use their bodies to get what they want?

Vocal: At some point, the artiste’s vocal changed a beat when he did not remember the lyrics to sing on the beat. But all in all, his vocal was fair to listen to.

Melody: It has a fast tempo beat. The major instruments used to compose the song include drums and piano. The beat was produced by Black Jerzee.

I really love the dance moves of the three video vixens that featured in the song. However the visual is of low quality.

Take a gander at the lyrics below…

LYRICS TO OYA PARTE BY KCEE

INTRO

Kcee

Badman Kcee again oh

Who no wan hear make im hear (Those that do not want to hear, should hear)

Blaq Jerzee on the beat (Black Jerzee on the beat)

Badman Kcee again (Badman Kcee again)

Who no wan know make im know (Those who don’t want to know, should know)

CHORUS

Oya oya party, baby girl after parte (Baby girl party)

Oya oya je ka parte (Common, let us party)

Boya boya loma dele, loma dele (It’s not certain you would get home)

Oya oya parte, baby girl move that body (Common, baby girl move that body)

Like am the way you dey whine it. (I like it the way you whine that thing)

Baby go slow and steady (Slow and steady) (Baby, go slow and steady)

VERSE 1

(Listen eh)

Who be the girl with the wickedest whine (Who is the girl with the most wicked whine)

Show me girl with the wickedest whine (Show me the girl with the most wicked whine)

Point that girl with the wickedest whine (Point to the girl with the most wicked whine)

Make you tell that girl make she no break her spine (Tell the girl not to break her spine)

Say bounce, eh, copy that whine (Say bounce, copy that whine)

Jamaican girls no fit copy that whine (For real) (Jamaican girls can’t copy that whine)

London girls no fit copy that whine (London girls can’t copy that whine)

Even Togo girls no fit copy that whine (release) (Even Togo girls can’t copy that whine)

CHORUS

Oya oya party, baby girl after parte (Baby girl party)

Oya oya je ka parte (Common, let us party)

Boya boya loma dele, loma dele (It’s not certain you would get home)

Oya oya parte, baby girl move that body (Common, baby girl move that body)

Like am the way you dey whine it. (I like it the way you whine that thing)

Baby go slow and steady (Slow and steady) (Baby, go slow and steady)

VERSE 2

(Listen eh)

Who be the girl with the wickedest whine (Who is the girl with the most wicked whine)

Show me girl with the wickedest whine (Show me the girl with the most wicked whine)

Point that girl with the wickedest whine (Point to the girl with the most wicked whine)

Make you tell that girl make she no break her spine (Tell the girl not to break her spine)

Everywhere we go, dem know say we don blow (Everywhere we go, they know we have blown)

Anytime we show, ragamofi say we don show (Anytime we make appearance, they know)

Listen to the rhythm and the flow (Listen to the rhythm and flow)

Say me lyrically fit, all of them dem know (I am lyrically fit, they all know)

Odidi odidi lai (?)

Badman Kcee all of them testify (They all testify that I am the badman Kcee)

Even Instagram fon verify (Even Instagram testifies to this)

When the girls see me, them say maka chai (When the girls see me, they are stunned)

Say you don’t get it (Say you don’t get it)

You get pomo but you just can’t sell it (You have your body (vulva), but you just can’t sell it)

Now, you don dey see me for your tele (Now, you have started seeing me on your television)

You wan come follow me like balo-tele (Now, you want to start following me like ….)

You wanna tag along, tag along (You want to tag along)

CHORUS                                

Oya oya party, baby girl after parte (Baby girl party)

Oya oya je ka parte (Common, let us party)

Boya boya loma dele, loma dele (It’s not certain you would get home)

Oya oya parte, baby girl move that body (Common, baby girl move that body)

Like am the way you dey whine it. (I like it the way you whine that thing)

Baby go slow and steady (Slow and steady) (Baby, go slow and steady)

REPEAT VERSE 1

Who be the girl with the wickedest whine (Who is the girl with the most wicked whine)

Show me girl with the wickedest whine (Show me the girl with the most wicked whine)

Point that girl with the wickedest whine (Point to the girl with the most wicked whine)

Make you tell that girl make she no break her spine (Tell the girl not to break her spine)

I say uhmm yeah, copy that whine (I said copy that whine)

Jamaican girls no fit copy that whine (For real) (Jamaican girls can’t copy that whine)

London girls no fit copy that whine  (London girls can’t copy that whine)

Even Togo girls no fit copy that whine (Even Togo girls can’t vopy that whine)

Odidi odidi lai (?)

Badman Kcee all of them testify (They all testify that I am the badman Kcee)

Even Instagram fon verify (Even Instagram testifies to this)

When the girls see me, them say maka chai (When the girls see me, they are stunned)

Say you don’t get it (Say you don’t get it)

You get pomo but you just can’t sell it (You have your body (vulva), but you just can’t sell it)

Now, you don dey see me for your tele (Now, you have started seeing me on your television)

You wan come follow me like balo-tele (Now, you want to start following me like ….)

You wanna tag along, tag along (You want to tag along)

She wanna tag along, tag along

 

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR OYA PARTE BY KCEE BELOW

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Km4LYYk2yl0

DIRECTED BY GREENE BOX

FIVE -STAR MUSIC

DURATION: 3 MINUTES 3 SECONDS

VIEW MORE IMAGES FOR THE SONG “OYA PARTY” BY KCEE BELOW

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