(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW VIBRATION BY DML FIREBOY “YOU WONT BELIEVE THE MEANING OF THIS VIBRATION!”

(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW VIBRATION BY DML FIREBOY “YOU WONT BELIEVE THE MEANING OF THIS VIBRATION!”

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This song is really banging; when I move left, it is vibration they are playing, when  I move right, it is still this vibration they are playing. Of course, when I move to the front or look back; na still this song “Vibration” by Fireboy. I think this song is his next biggest tune after “Jealous” by the artiste.

I must commend Fireboy’s effort. He is really doing well in the music industry. He has proven that he is here to stay musically; o gbe eni wa (As in, he brought mat) Also, his  songs are accompanied with interesting visuals.

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ABOUT THE SONG VIBRATION BY FIREBOY DML

Although vibration means to shake, I however feel that the “shaking” the artiste may be talking about is related to sex. View some lines below

“Give it to me sharply oh, don’t save for me oh
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; I could do this all night long

Baby, take me till e enter dey body o?

O balance on it oh (She balanced on it)
O funmi tan (She gave me all)

Make that body ko ara won”

So what is he asking the lady to balance on if it is not his dick?  It is obviously like a lap dance, which is an erotic dance done to arouse someone. There is really no other meaning that comes to mind about this song than sex. This song song has a sexual tone regardless the coded lyrics.

The song basically talks about a lady that is well endowed in terms of boobs and ass that the artiste desires to have sexually. All those “Dance for me, balance on it and co..” are erotic moves to arouse one.

Have you got any other meaning? Kindly fill us in via the comment box… thanks

The song has two verses. The chorus and hook were taken thrice each. The major instruments used in the composition of this melodic tune include drums, shakers, harp and piano. Fireboy has a very rich and appealing vocal, although at some point, his vocal was not clear. The rhythm is engaging also.

 

MEANING OF SOME WORDS

Vibration: Shake, quiver; Gyration: Spinning, rotation; Overload: Excess, Over ambundance

Take a gander at the lyrics below.

LYRICS TO VIBRATION BY FIREBOY DML

INTRO

Le, le le le (Wicked!)
Le le , le le le
Le le  le

Egbami! Opari oh! (Save  me, it has finished)
See wetin she carry o (Look at what she carried)
No more minimanimo; make her body ko ara won (No more selection, let the body parts touch one another)

Give it to me sharply oh, don’t save for me oh
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; I could do this all night long

CHORUS
Don’t go
Baby carry me dey go
Baby, carry overload
Baby, take me till e enter dey body o?

Don’t go
Baby carry me dey go
Baby, carry overload
Baby, take me till e enter dey body o?

HOOK

Le le le, le le le, le le
Le le le, le le le

Le le le, le le le, le le
Le le le, le le le

Le le le, le le le, le le
Le le le, le le le

VERSE 1

Gyration
I see what you doing
You put your body into it
I love the way you move it oh

I can feel the vibration
Of your body moving
You put your body into it
I can see what you’re doing oh oh oh oh

CHORUS
Don’t go
Baby carry me dey go
Baby, carry overload
Baby, take me till e enter dey body o?

Don’t go
Baby carry me dey go
Baby, carry overload
Baby, take me till e enter dey body o?

HOOK

Le le le, le le le, le le
Le le le, le le le

Le le le, le le le, le le
Le le le, le le le

Le le le, le le le, le le
Le le le, le le le

VERSE 2

Jo, Jo Fareeda Jo (Dance, dance Fareeda, dance)
Bere, moni koko; jo moni ko jo (Bend, I said you should pick it; dance, I said you should dance)
Moni ko jo, ko need ka soro ju (I said you should dance, there is no need to talk too much)

Jo, Jo Fareeda Jo (Dance, dance Fareeda, dance)
Bere, moni koko; jo moni ko jo (Bend, I said you should pick it; dance, I said you should dance)
Moni ko jo, ko need ka soro ju (I said you should dance, there is no need to talk too much)

O balance on it oh (She balanced on it)
O funmi tan (She gave me all)
O balance funmi to
Moni ko jo, moni ka soro (I said you should dance, Isaid we should talk)

O balance on it o (She balanced on it)
O jo funmi to (She danced for me)
O jo funmi, mo ni ko jo (She danced for m; dance for me)
Moni ko jo, ko … (I said dance, dance)

CHORUS
Don’t go
Baby carry me dey go
Baby, carry overload
Baby, take me till e enter dey body o?

Don’t go
Baby carry me dey go
Baby, carry overload
Baby, take me till e enter dey body o?

HOOK

Le le le, le le le, le le
Le le le, le le le

Le le le, le le le, le le
Le le le, le le le

 

WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRhBfL3GEjQ

DURATION: 3 MINUTES 20 SECONDS

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