Asake “Omo Ope” song review,  lyrics breakdown and meaning

“Omo Ope” song information

Artist name: Ahmed Ololade
Stage name:  Asake
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Year of release: 2022
Video duration: 2 minutes 47 seconds
Video link: Feel free to scroll down
No of verses: 2
No of choruses: 3
No of pre-choruses: 2
Language: Pidgin, Yoruba
Video Location: Nigeria
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 “Omo Ope” Asake ft Olamide meaning: What is the song “Omo Ope” about?

The word “Omo ope” is a Yoruba word in Nigeria that translates to “Thankful child”  in English.

In the song, Asake is thankful for the money and everything he has, and calls himself “Omo Ope.” That means someone full of thanks.

He plans to use his wealth to take liquor, buy expensive things, flirt with girls, party; to paint the town red non-stop. In essence, he is going to go out and enjoy himself in a vivid manner.

The artist seems to want to live a wayward life throwing caution to the wind.

Asake “Omo Ope” Lyrics ft Olamide

Intro

Beatzzz

Ololade mi Asake

Chorus

Won so pe kin ma lo sun le (I was told not to go and sleep at home.)

Wipe kin order Rosé (That I should order Rose)

Moni mo like champagne oh (But, I said I like Champagne.)

Emi omo ope o (Me, a thankful child.)

Mo sara fowo mi s’aye (I used my money to enjoy life.)

Mo gbomo mefa lo le (I carried six girls home.)

Mr money ose o (Mr. Money, thanks)

Emi omo ope oh (Me, a thankful child.)

Verse 1 (Asake)

I can shout emi o de le pariwo o (I can shout, I will get home and shout.)

Moti yo o yeah yeah (I am highly intoxicated)

When I show, when I show (When I come)

For your party oh oh (To your party.)

Them must jo o o oh (They must dance.)

Pre chorus

Ele boje, ele boje se (Eh eh)

Ele boje se (Eh eh)

No dey buga, no dey buga se (Don’t oppress/ don’t be proud, don’t oppress/ don’t be proud.)

No dey buga (I said don’t oppress/Don’t be proud.)

Ele boje, ele boje se (Eh eh)

Ele boje se (Eh eh)

No dey buga, no dey buga se (Don’t oppress/ don’t be proud, don’t oppress/ don’t be proud.)

No dey buga se e e (I said don’t oppress/Don’t be proud.)

Chorus

Won so pe kin ma lo sun le (I was told not to go and sleep at home.)

Wipe kin order Rosé (That I should order Rose)

Moni mo like champagne oh (But, I said I like Champagne.)

Emi omo ope o (Me, a thankful child.)

Mo sara fowo mi s’aye (I used my money to enjoy life.)

Mo gbomo mefa lo le (I carried six girls home.)

Mr money ose o (Mr. Money, thanks)

Emi omo ope oh (Me, a thankful child.)

Verse 2 (Olamide)

Awon olobe eleba (People of soup and eba food.)

Dulling never (Never dulling.)

Balling forever (Balling forever.)

We go dey gege like Okocha gege (We will be dribbling them like Okocha.)

Baby enter

We get money kudi ego paper (We have money.)

You wan chill with big boys you wanna bambam

Osha gbegbe ose di bambam

Oya Odo Akwaba

Ikebe ga soke bi t’omo Ghana (Big butt like that of Ghanaians.)

Oya seke never

Wa gba dollar opor leti to ba se si cefa (Come and receive dollar. It would be much when you convert it to Cefa.)

Oya give me pim pim pim pim

Po po po po

Okiki opor por (My fame is much, so much.)

Seke moni ko soco (I said you should throw something.)

Bounce booty up for me yellow pawpaw (Bounce booty up for me yellow pawpaw.)

Pre chorus

Ele boje, ele boje se (Eh eh)

Ele boje se (Eh eh)

No dey buga, no dey buga se (Don’t oppress/ don’t be proud, don’t oppress/ don’t be proud.)

No dey buga (I said don’t oppress/Don’t be proud.)

Ele boje, ele boje se (Eh eh)

Ele boje se (Eh eh)

No dey buga, no dey buga se (Don’t oppress/ don’t be proud, don’t oppress/ don’t be proud.)

No dey buga se e e (I said don’t oppress/Don’t be proud.)

Chorus

Won so pe kin ma lo sun le (I was told not to go and sleep at home.)

Wipe kin order Rosé (That I should order Rose)

Moni mo like champagne oh (But, I said I like Champagne.)

Emi omo ope o (Me, a thankful child.)

Mo sara fowo mi s’aye (I used my money to enjoy life.)

Mo gbomo mefa lo le (I carried six girls home.)

Mr money ose o (Mr. Money, thanks)

Emi omo ope oh (Me, a thankful child.)

Outro

Mo sara fowo mi s’aye (I used my money to enjoy life.)

Mefa lo le (I carried six girls home.)

Mr money ose o (Mr. Money, thanks)

Emi omo ope oh (Me, a thankful child.)

Mofowo mi s’aye (Use my money to enjoy life.)

Mefa lo le (Six will go home with me..)

Mr. money ose o emi (Mr. Money, thanks)

Emi omo ope oh (Me, a thankful child.)

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