(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: WORK BY LARRY GAAGA FT DAVIDO “HMM! WHICH KAIN WORK ARE THEY TALKING ABOUT”

(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: WORK BY LARRY GAAGA FT DAVIDO “HMM! WHICH KAIN WORK ARE THEY TALKING ABOUT”

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When you hear the word “work”, what comes to mind  is the job you do  in order to make ends meet or have enough money to cover expenses, but in this song, “Work” means a prolonged sexual activity with the opposite sex with much vitality. Yeah! That na the kain work they are referring to (As in that is the type of work they are referring to)

One can tell from the pre-chorus. View below

Love them good. Onyeoma do as I do. Oya let me tell you what to do (Gaaga Muzik)
Whine your booty slow oh; gal the temperature is rising, my something is rising
No leave me go oh; I be making love to you from six (6) in the morning to seven (7) oh oh
Why you dey here dey laugh me, dey look me like small boy, be careful oh oh

Eh! Larry Gaaga!”

The song is by Larry Gaaga but it features Davido who solely took all the song. It has two verses. The verses to the song are quite brief. What took the chunk part of the song are the repeated chorus and pre-chorus which the artiste sang thrice and twice each. I love the flow of the pre-chorus in particular; melodious!

Davido’s vocal was clear and the lyrics are in array. The major instrument used in the song include drums, shakers and piano. As at the time of writing this article, the video has not been released.

Onyeoma is an Igbo word in Nigeria which means- Good person/Fine person

Take a gander at the lyrics below

 

 

LYRICS TO WORK BY LARRY GAAGA FT DAVIDO

INTRO

Gaaga Muzik
Damn! Fresh on the beat

CHORUS (DAVIDO)

Step inna the club (OBO Baddest)
All on my mind was for her to work work work
And after six bottles of gin and I still dey go on tour
You know that I gat you boo, I say no running, no running. Gal I’m calling your body

VERSE 1

The way you shake that thing from right to centre; baby you dey give me hell
No be say I come to play, you get gbege and e be like say your back don swell
Dey say I too like gals and I no get spec; love them white and love them black.

PRE CHORUS

Love them good. Onyeoma do as I do. Oya let me tell you what to do (Gaaga Muzik)
Whine your booty slow oh; gal the temperature is rising, my something is rising
No leave me go oh; I be making love to you from six (6) in the morning to seven (7) oh oh
Why you dey here dey laugh me, dey look me like small boy, be careful oh oh

Eh! Larry Gaaga!

 

 

CHORUS (DAVIDO)

Step inna the club (OBO Baddest)
All on my mind was for her to work work work
And after six bottles of gin and I still dey go on tour
You know that I gat you boo
I say no running, no running. Gal I’m calling your body

VERSE 2 (DAVIDO)

She say she wants to know more about me and I said oh well
Ups and downs, smiles and frown, turn around. Sometimes e be like say dem cast me spell
But Baba God; he keeps me on track. E get my front and he get my back.

PRE CHORUS

Me love them good, onyeoma do as I do. Oya let me tell you what to do
Whine your booty slow oh; gal the temperature is rising, my something is rising
No leave me go oh; I be making love to you from six (6) in the morning to seven (7) oh oh
Why you dey here dey laugh me, dey look me like small boy, be careful oh oh

Eh! Larry Gaaga!

 

 

CHORUS (DAVIDO)

Step inna the club (OBO Baddest)
All on my mind was for her to work work work
And after six bottles of gin and I still dey go on tour
You know that I gat you boo
I say no running, no running. Gal I’m calling your body

OUTRO (DAVIDO)

Step inna the club (OBO Baddest)
All on my mind was for her to work work work
And after six bottles of gin and I still dey go on tour
You know that I gat you boo
I say no running, no running. Gal I’m calling your body (Yeah)

Duration: 3 minutes 10 seconds

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