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(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW- FANTASY BY NINIOLA FT FEMI KUTI “HERE IS THE MEANING OF THIS SONG” +WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT THIS SONG!

 

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The intro of this video almost discouraged me from watching the song to the end; those ladies that surrounded Ninilola were “so somehow;” ndi abebelube; in fact, upsetting best describes them.

Their facial expression can discourage you from watching the song to the end. Any other lady on fixed long eye lashes, I would admire, but them; their facial expression made the eye lashes suddenly undesirable. Gush! Those ladies are so upsetting, especially the last lady’s reaction. Biko (please), Niniola, always skip these kind of ladies next time.

Away from those girls jare ,  so I bet you did not know that Afrobeat singer- Femi Kuti also featured in the video! Oh! Ofcourse you know! Winks.

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WHAT IS THE SONG FANTASY BY NINIOLA FT FEMI KUTI ABOUT

The word “Fantasy” means to visualize something or someone in your mind, in such a way that you strongly desire to have it in reality.

This song “Fantasy” by Niniola is exactly the meaning of the word “Fantasy.” Niniola in this song fantasizes being with a muscular, tall and handsome guy who would take care of her financially, materially and sexually. She fantasizes about a guy who can excite her sexually and also take her on a shopping spree. What started as a fantasy ended up becoming a reality as she was able to come by one, exactly the way she had envisaged him.

Lyrically: The lyrics are not deep enough; I expected something more profound. The lyrics however follow a particular sequence, which I love. The song comes in two verses;  verse 1 and 2 both come in four lines. The pre-chorus and chorus are in order and were taken twice. The lyrics flows well on the beat. The good thing about this song is that the artitse did not consume the entire lyrics on the beat as some seconds were left for listeners to also try out the lyrics on the instrumental. The artiste sang in pidgin and Yoruba, a Nigerian language.

Meaning of some words

The word teteri also means totori which means to excite one sexually.

Vocal: Niniola has a deep, but an appealing vocal. Her vocal is clear too. She did not go out of tune and was consistent with her vocal quality. Femi Kuti’s vocal was the harp he played which was very tuneful #Winks. This song is interesting to the ears.

Melody: This is so tuneful and original. This is the kind of Afrobeat tune that you would jump to your feet when it comes on air. The instrumental is balanced and engaging. The song comes in a fast tempo beat. The major instruments used to compose the song include harp, drum, piano and drums. The rhythm flows well also and the artistes were consistent with the style of rhythm. The song is quite brief; it ended in about 2 minutes, the remaining 58 seconds was the interlude where Femi Kuti played his harp non-stop.

I love the video regardless the discouraging intro caused by the facial expression of those ladies. Next time, Niniola should please skip those kind of girls like I mentioned earlier. One thing that is synonymous to Niniola when shooting any of her videos is that she back it up with interesting choreography. This song was also choreographed by five beauties including Niniola, and their moves were quite electrifying. Niniola also employed humor to make the visual interesting to watch. This video is what you call high quality video. Kudos to the director- Sesan.

Take a gander at the lyrics below

 

LYRICS TO FANTASY BY NINIOLA FT FEMI KUTI

INTRO

Look at this boy “Awww awwww awww”

He is my fantasy

BEATZ

Hmmmmm, hmmm. Hmmm, hmmmm

Ninide

It’s Kel P vibes

Hmmmm, hmm, uuuuh uuuh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh

 

VERSE 1

Good for my fantasy
Gbe mi lo on a shopping spree (Take me on a shopping spree)
Holiday in ecstasy
It’s a fallacy you no go go

PRE-CHORUS

Shotan, shotan bobo; teteri my body
Baby don’t criticize me
Teteri my body (Excite my bobody)
Tedididi sugar body
Teteri my body (Excite my bobody)
Baby come sugar body
My body

CHORUS

Oh gina my fantasy
Oh gina my fantasy
Oh gina proper ooh ooh fantasy oh
Oh ti gina you are my fantasy

VERSE 2

You call me on my telephone
To tell me that you’re coming home
From London just to get to know me
In December boy I will be lonely

PRE-CHORUS

Shotan, shotan bobo; teteri my body
Baby don’t criticize me
Teteri my body
Tedididi sugar body
Teteri my body
Baby come sugar body
My body

CHORUS

Oh gina my fantasy
Oh gina my fantasy
Oh gina proper ooh ooh fantasy oh
Oh ti gina you are my fantasy yeah

OUTRO/INTERLUDE

FEMI KUTI

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR THE SONG FANTASY BY NINIOLA FT FEMI KUTI BELOW

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-02afkIO_I

DURATION: 2 MINUTES 58 SECONDS

NAIJA REVIEW

DRUMROLL RECORDS

DIRECTED BY SESAN

VIEW MORE IMAGES FOR THE SONG FANTASY BY NINOLA BELOW.

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