(+LYRIC+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: WOMAN BY REMA “HERE IS THE REAL MEANING OF THIS SONG” +“THE REALEST MEANING OF HIS SPIRITUAL LANGUAGE IN THIS SONG!

(+LYRIC+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: WOMAN BY REMA “HERE IS THE REAL MEANING OF THIS SONG” +“THE REALEST MEANING OF HIS SPIRITUAL LANGUAGE IN THIS SONG!

(+LYRIC+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW:  WOMAN BY REMA “HERE IS THE REAL MEANING OF THIS SONG” +“THE REALEST MEANING OF REMA’S SPIRITUAL LANGUAGE IN THIS SONG!

Wait o, did I caption this article “Meaning of Rema’s spiritual language in this song?” Ah, mo sorry gan ni (As in I am so sorry), I was not able to decode it o. I was just dancing to that part non-stop like one spirit was attached to that part of the song.

Nevertheless, I know what to do, give me a minute, amma ask Rema the meaning of his spiritual language……….When he replies, I would share with y’all

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WHAT IS THE SONG “WOMAN” BY REMA ALL ABOUT

The song is self-explanatory already. The artiste in the song “Woman” sings about his inability to control his love for women in different shapes and colours. His flirtatious lifestyle desires to have plenty of women for different purposes in his life. According to him, there are some women he is dating for sexual gratification, while there are some he is dating to finance him, lastly, he is dating some other women because of their charming beauty.

However, the artiste makes us know that the more tries controlling his flirty lifestyle, the more he is drawn to women. The song ends in a tone of surrender, where it seems the artiste has stopped fighting his love for women.

 

Lyrically: The song comes in two verses. Verse 2 is lengthier than verse 1. The chorus was taken five times, while the pre-chorus and hook were taken twice. The chorus “I too like woman” (I love women too much) predominated the song.  The lyrics are above average, meaningful and they flowed well on the beat.

The artiste sang in Pidgin and fused it with some words in Yoruba; a Nigerian language.

By the way, what does that sakoloweko mean? Any idea? Kindly share with us via the comment box. Thanks

Vocal: Rema has got a distinct vocal that can never be copied by someone else. His voice was clear and appealing. He was consistent with his vocal quality.  He also flowed well on the beat.

Melody: This song is very very tuneful. It has a catchy intro…The rhythm flows well and there was consistency in the style of rhythm. The beat is engaging. The instruments are varied, and they enhance the beauty of the song. I love the skilful use of the instruments. The instruments used to compose the song include drum, piano, shakers and harp

Take a gander at the lyrics below

LYRICS TO BETTER WOMAN BY REMA

INTRO

BEATZ

Burstbrain
Ozedikus Nwanne
Another banger!

VERSE 1

I’m in love with plenty women (I am in love with plenty women)
I no mind marry all of them (I dont mind marrying all of them)
E no matter the shape or color (It doesnt matter their shape or size)
I go make sure say I must collect (I would make sure I Collect)
I get one wey be my sponsor (One of them is my sponsor)
I get one wey dey call me honey (One of them calks me honey)
One wey dey do me witchy witchy (One of them bewitches me)
She dey do like Patience Ozokwor (She does like patienxce Ozokwo)

PRE CHORUS

Wole ka lo (Enter, let us go)
Get in my room make you la tan (Get into my room and open your laps)
Body dey move like a python (Body moves like that of a Python)
Love wey dey give me iron (The love that gives me iron)

Wole ka lo (Enter let us go)
After the room to the parlour (After the room to my parlour)
Bend make you pose for my canon (Bend and pose for my canon)
Love wey dey boost my iron (This love boosts my iron)

CHORUS

I too like woman (I love women too much)
I too like woman (I love women too much)
Me I no dey gboran (I don’t hear rord)
Me I no dey gboran (I don’t hear word)
I too like woman (I love women too much)
I too like woman (I love women too much)
Me I no dey gboran (I don’t hear word)
Me I no dey gbo… (I don’t hear word)

HOOK

Sa koloweko eh (oweko)
Sa koloweko eh (oweko)
Ikebe wame jar ( Jar one, jar two, jar three)
Sa koloweko ehn (oweko)
Sa koloweko ehn (oweko)
Ikebe wame jar ( Jar one, jar two, jar three)

 

 

VERSE 2

Too many girls in my DM (Too many girls on my DM)
Uganda to London to Benin (Uganda to London to Benin)
I pray make I no go reply them (I pray not to reply any of them)
Never to be an olobe oh oh; lobe oh oh
Kpakoro back to the matter oh oh
Since I dey look all your picture oh oh (I have been looking at all your pictures for a long time)
Girl you go finish my data oh oh (Girl, you would finish my data)
(Asampeteprokotomakule mtchwww)

Hmm I dey see girls for my explore
Dem many wey me I adore (I adore many girls)
If they no do, no be by force (It is not compulsory, if they are not interested)
Plenty wey dey wey go concur (There are many that would agree to your bid)
Dey wey go concur (That would agree)
Enter the room gimme your phone (Enter the room, give me your phone)
Make dem no go see me for blog (So that they wont see me ob the Blog)

PRE CHORUS

Wole ka lo (Enter, let us go)
Get in my room make you la tan (Get into my room and open your laps)
Body dey move like a python (Body moves like that of a Python)
Love wey dey give me iron (The love that gives me iron)

Wole ka lo (Enter let us go)
After the room to the parlour (After the room to my parlour)
Bend make you pose for my canon (Bend and pose for my canon)
Love wey dey boost my iron (This love boosts my iron)

 

 

CHORUS

I too like woman (I love women too much)
I too like woman (I love women too much)
Me I no dey gboran (I don’t hear rord)
Me I no dey gboran (I don’t hear word)

                      
I too like woman (I love women too much)
I too like woman (I love women too much)
Me I no dey gboran (I don’t hear word)
Me I no dey gboran (I don’t hear word)

I too like woman (I love women too much)
I too like woman (I love women too much)
Me I no dey gboran (I don’t hear rord)
Me I no dey gboran (I don’t hear word)

I too like woman (I love women too much)
I too like woman (I love women too much)
Me I no dey gboran (I don’t hear rord)
Me I no dey gboran (I don’t hear word)

HOOK

Sa koloweko eh (oweko)
Sa koloweko eh (oweko)
Ikebe wame jar ( Jar one, jar two, jar three)
Sa koloweko ehn (oweko)
Sa koloweko ehn (oweko)
Ikebe wamé jar ( Jar one, jar two, jar three)

 

LYRICS

OUTRO

 (Rema spiritual vibes)

Ah

You see, as a man
I just want to relax and be taken care of
Is it too much to ask?

I too like Woman! Woman!

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR THE SONG BETTER WOMAN BY REMA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=witjmEEV7Es

DURATION: 3 MINUTES 58 SECONDS

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