(+Lyrics + meaning + translation) Music review: Only me by 2Baba

(+Pictures) Read the full meaning, full lyrics and full translation of the song and the full review on our music translation blog here @ www.ogefash.review   @ www.ogefash.reviews What is the song “Only me” by 2 Baba all about? 2Baba in this song talks about the need for humility rather than pride as he believes it … Read more

(+Lyrics + meaning + translation) Music review: Running to you original version by Chike

This is an interesting love song by Chike. The remix features Simi. Click below for the remix What is the song running to you by Chike about? To “Run to someone,” means to quickly go to someone and help or protect them. In this song, Chike vows to always be next to his significant order … Read more

(+Lyrics + meaning + translation) Music review: Smile by 2Baba

What is the song smile by 2Baba all about? This is a love song. 2Baba who interestingly used his wife, Annie in the visual confesses his love for her. He has fallen head over heels in love with her.  Everything she does affects him. Her smiles, physique, presence also affects him that he never wants … Read more

(+Lyrics + Meaning + Translation) Music review: Ale Yi “Ovethinking” by Zlatan

(+Lyrics + Meaning + Translation) Music review: Ale Yi by Zlatan Ale yi is a Yoruba word in Nigeria that means “This night.”  (+Pictures) Read the meaning of the song and the full review @  www.ogefash.review What is the song “Ake Yi” by Zlatan about The artist, Zlatan actually talks about different things, even though … Read more

(+Lyrics + meaning + translation) Music review: Mercy by Adekunle Gold

What is the song Mercy by Adekunle Gold about? The word “Mercy,” means compassion. Fake love on the other hand means untrue love. In the song, Adekunle is imploring God to have mercy on him, show him those who love him genuinely, care for him, and always support him. He implores God to separate him … Read more

(+Lyrics+Meaning+Translation) Music Review: Bounce by Ruger, Midas the Jagaban. “I think she can “loud it” if she is…”

By the way, should children be singing this song?” Who sang the song bounce? Bounce is a song by Nigerian artist, Ruger ft Mideas the Jagaban: The Review Here comes the 2021 famous hit song “Bounce” by Ruger on the Ogefash photoblog. This song instantly made it into our music catalog, thanks to the children … Read more

(+Lyrics +meaning +translation) Music Review: Understand by Omah lay I don’t understand why people love this song.

Who sang the song, understand? “Understand” is a song by Nigerian artist Omah Lay.  The Review When this song was no 1 for weeks, I wondered why, but I understand now. Keep reading to know why. What is the song understand by Omah Lay about? It is a song on heartbreak. The artist talks about … Read more

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(+Lyrics+Meaning+Translation) Music Review: Coming by Naira Marley ft Busiswa “So lewd!” Is it coming or…

Remember pretty light~skinned actress~ Doris Simeon? Yes!No!Yes! Well Doris Simeon used to be the wife of producer and film~maker, Daniel Ademinokan, before they untied their union. But before the tied union hit the rock, it produced a handsome son~ David Ademonikan. While Daniel Ademonikan moved on with another light~skinned actress, Stella Damasus, his former wife~ … Read more

(+Lyrics + meaning + translation) Music review: Kojosese by Naira Marley

K’ojosese when translated in English means someone has so much dance in his or her leg.  (+Pictures) Read the full meaning of the song and the full review @ www.ogefash.review @ www.ogefash.reviews Lyrics to Kojosese by Naira Marley Intro Hello You said “Naira Marley must jo” (You said Naira Marley must dance.) Ehn-ehn Efejoku, e jo … Read more

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