(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: PAK N GO BY KIZZ DANIEL “WAS KIZZ DANIEL TRYING TO COPY CARDI B’S VIDEO CONCEPT FOR THE SONG PRESS?”

(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: PAK N GO BY KIZZ DANIEL “WAS KIZZ DANIEL TRYING TO COPY CARDI B’S VIDEO CONCEPT FOR THE SONG PRESS?”

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It seems to me that Nigerian singer- Kizz Daniel may have via this video tried copying

the video concept of American singer- Cardi B for her popular song- Press. If he tried using that concept, I would say “dem no copy am ofuma (well).” What ya think? Kindly fill me up via the comment box…

Really, I expected more from this Pak N Go video; imagine all the intro effizzi and still it was not spectacular.  However, I love the last scene.

View some of the scenes copied from Cardi B’s song press

So what is the song Pan n Go by Kizz Daniel about?

Pak and go in the context of this song means to discontinue a relationship or leave a person’s abode permanently.

Kizz Daniel uses this track to call on men to discontinue relationship with women who are never contended with what is given to them by the opposite sex; he says “Pak n Go”

The artiste takes a swipe at women with extremely high taste as well as women who are picky and end up letting the right men slip through their fingers. He says those people will remain unmarried as men would start rejecting them because they already lack juice; “Sexual desirability” in particular.

View in the line below

“Olomoge, biggy-biggy (Biggy). When will you marry eh?
Until your bobby touch your belle oh? Wey man no wan collect”

This song is another song like Rudeboy’s “Reason with me” calling on women to reason with guys except that Kizz Daniel was blunt about it as he tells the men that any lady who doesn’t want to reason with their current situation and manage with them, that the men should discontinue the relationship.

For the men, the artiste advises them to take proper care of their women when they are in the position to do so, so that their women do not look elsewhere, misbehave or flirt around just to get the money.

I love the fact that the song is quite brief; the verses and the choruses are brief, except that the video’s duration is lengthier that that of the audio and I am wondering why.  The song has three verses and two different choruses but the major words in the choruses are “Pak N Go.” It is a fast pace song. The major instruments used are the drums, shakers and piano.

What some lyrics mean

Bobby touch your belle” means a fallen or sagging breast; perhaps the breast is no more firm and it is almost reaching the tummy.

The word Okrika in Nigeria is an Igbo word that means fairly used items sold at cheap prices. Examples are shoes, clothes, bags, phones, electronic gadgets, salon equipment, office tools and more.

Biko means Please.

Isiewu means Goat’s head.

Kizz Daniel’s song “Pak N Go” is contradicting Zlatan’s song “Yeye boyfriend.” (View Yeye boyfriend review here- https://wordpress.com/post/ogefash.reviews/47165)

Zlatan had said that any man who can’t take care of his woman is useless and that ladies should discontinue with men that can’t take care of them. Now, Kizz Daniel is saying that any lady complaining about a guy’s financial status or inability to take care of them; the guy should leave such lady.

So I am wondering was he indirectly attacking Zlatan?

Take a gander at the lyrics below

LYRICS TO PAK AND GO BY KIZZ DANIEL

INTRO

Ehhhh; yoyoyo

VERSE 1     

Baby girl you fine, you fine
Biko baby kanyewu, kanyewu (Please, baby kanyewu, kanyewu)
Shey e no dey tire you ni? (Okay) (Don’t you ever get tired of it)
Many, many people dey available, for you.

CHORUS

If you call am pretty woman, she say she no like am; biko, park and go
And if you call am Toyota, she say she want Honda;  biko, park and go
Park and go

VERSE 2

Olomoge, biggy-biggy (Biggy). When will you marry eh?
Until your bobby touch your belle oh? Wey man no wan collect
Take am easy oh, yeah yeah, yeah yeah

CHORUS

So if you call am isi ewu  and she say you no buy shawarma; park and go
And if you buy am okrika and she say she want the Gucci oh; park and go
Park and go

VERSE 3

Cutie, cutie bobo [Bobo)]
Jawo, jawo l’omo (The one that likes expensive things or the one that likes to collect money)
Obe to dun, owo lo pa oh (The secret of a good soup is money)
As you dey make the mula (Pepper), keep some for your baby
Make she no follow Alhaji go. Alhaji wey no get oro

CHORUS

So if you call am isi ewu  and she say you no buy shawarma; park and go
And if you buy am okrika and she say she want the Gucci oh; park and go
Park and go

OUTRO

Eeeh, Flyboy music

Treat your woman well or park and go, park and go, park and go

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR PAK AND GO BY KIZZ DANIEL BELOW

 AUDIO DURATION: 2 MINUTES 43 SECONDS

VIDEO DURATION: 3 MINUTES 3 SECONDS

A GXLD MEDIA FILM

PRODUCED BY DJ COUBLON

VIDEO DIRECTOR/ DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: OVIE ETSEYATSE

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: VADO D GREAT

FLYBOY INC

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