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(+LYRICS + MEANING +TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: ADURA BY TERRY G FT SKIIBII “I LOVE THIS JAM!”

(+LYRICS + MEANING +TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: ADURA BY TERRY G FT SKIIBII “I LOVE THIS GBEDU!” + THE REALEST MEANING OF THIS SONG

A lovely song I must say! I have really missed Terry G; good to have him back with this very melodious tune. Djs, if this song is missing in your playlist; then there is a problem with your playlist. For me; this song, o wa ni (is on) repeat!

WHAT IS THE SONG ADURA BY TERRY G FT SKIIBII ABOUT

The word “Adura” is a Yoruba word in Nigeria that means “Prayer.”

The song “Adura”  is a call unto God by the artistes to hearken unto their prayers. They pray to God to make them successful in their endeavors and make them unstoppable by their enemies.  They also pray to God to make them humble and elevate them greatly.

Also, the artistes acknowledge God’s kindness and love for humans. According to them,  human beings turn people down but God would never do that.

Lyrically: The lyrics are very inspiring. It comes in three verses. Terry G took the first and third verses while Skiibii took the second verse. Terry G alone took the chorus, and it was taken twice. The lyrics flow well on the beat.

Vocal: They have got appealing, clear, and interesting to the ear vocals. There was also consistency in their vocal quality.

Melody: This song is melodious It comes in a mid-tempo beat.  The beat is solid and engaging. The major instruments used to compose this song include drum, piano, and shakers

Take a gander at the lyrics below

Kindly feel free to correct the lyrics and translation, thankss

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LYRICS TO ADURA BY TERRI G FT SKIIBII 

 INTRO (TERRY G)

BEATZ

It’s Young John the wicked producer

It’s basic entertainment

 

VERSE 1 (TERRY G)

Aada fun e oh oh oh (It would be well with you)

Forward ever backward never (Forward forever, backward never)

See hmmm; Skibii Mayana

My guy e no get wahala (My guy doesn’t have any problem)

As I gbagaun him phone I swear naso he answer (As I called his phone; he answered me)

Eh, alaye ran mi lowo (He helped me out)

Ko ni lo le mo (He would never go down again)

Ka fori bale (Let us bow down)

Edumare a gbe wa soke (God would lift us up)

Eh, nobody answer, nobody bother

But God answer my prayerrrrrrr

Everybody say

CHORUS (TERRY G)

Ye Oluwa ocho adam eh

Ye Oluwa ocho eh ocho eh ocho eh; eh eh eh

Baba gbo adura mi o o (Lord, hear my prayers)

Gbo adura mi oh oh (Hear my prayers)

Ma je kin pofo (Don’t let me be empty)

Ma je kin pofo (Don’t let me be empty)

Amin o (Amen)

VERSE 2 (SKIIBII)

Ojumomo mi mo ri re o (Early in the morning, I see blessings)

Eni ma se re ma rire gba o (Who ever does good, would see good)

Eni ba dupe ma ri mi gba o (Who ever is appreciative, would always revlceive more)

Cause I wake up am bless (When I wake up, I am blessed)

Modupe fun Oluwa no stress o (I thank God, no stress)

And I big up my chest

As I make the money and invest money o

Baba bless my hustle, amin o (God bless my hustle, amen)

Oluwa emi na fe bubble (Lord, me too, I want to bubble)

Cause Dangote still dey find e money (Cause even Dangote is still looking for money)

Me I want to make this money (I want to make this money)

Kin ra motor for my mummy (To buy a car for my mummy)

Incase you dont know hey (Incase you don’t know)

Otedola o lori meji (Otedola does not have two heads)

Eh, lori meji oh (Two heads)

No no no; ko ma lori meji oh (No no no; he does not have two heads)

Oluwa bless me, bless me; yeah eh eh (Lord bless me)

 CHORUS

Ye Oluwa

Ye Oluwa ocho eh ocho eh ocho eh; eh eh eh

Baba gbo adura mi o o (Lord, hear my prayers)

Gbo adura mi oh oh (Hear my prayers)

Ma je kin pofo (Don’t let me be empty)

Ma je kin pofo (Don’t let me be empty)

Amin o (Amen)

(VERSE 3) TERRY G

No matter dem stop our show (No matter how they stop our shows)

We go dey go go go go go  (We will still be moving forward)

We go dey move like train (We would be moving like a train)

I say nobody go ever stop our show (No one would ever stop our show)

Orimi bale; Edumare (I bow down; Lord)

Ogbangbateregbangba sokale (The one that saves, come down)

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Santariboye ko le ye won (Santariboye; they can’t understand that)

Ibi ti Olorun gbe mi lo; ko le gbe won (Where God is taking me to; he can’t take them there)

Na only you give me the ginger the swagger (You alone give me the ginger and swagger)

Na you no dey stop interrupt the matter 

Oh lord eh; Ochodam eh

Agaba edu eh le le, anya eh

CHORUS/OUTRO

Ye Oluwa ocho adam e (Oh Lord…)

Ye Oluwa ocho eh ocho eh ocho eh (Oh Lord…)

Cause Dangote still dey find this money (Cause Dangote is still looking for money)

Me I want to make this money (I want to make money)

Ki n ra moto for my mummy (I want to buy a car for my mum)

Incase you no know (Incase you don’t know)

Otedola o lori meji o (Otedola doesn’t have two heads)

DURATION: 3 MINUTES 32 SECONDS

SHOT AND CHOPPED BY TG OMORI

ADURA BY TERRY G

 

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