Oyin crikulate oh
O ni come and regulate oh
O ni I like your waist oh
Baby shake e oh my way
O ni Teni, I like you gan
Can I take you home to mummy?
O pa ro bi bi oh o pa ro
I say you Boj, tell me what you need
Baby, tell me what you need from me
Sho’fe labi obe
Boj, sho’fe labi obe, labi obe
Holy blazes, Teni Makanaki is on fire and the fire is not going off anytime soon. Everyone seems to want a torch off her fire and she has much to go around. This time it is BOJ and he features Temi in this Pop cross over titled Obe(stew). Yo bro, we thought stew was already copyrighted by a certain somebody?
Okay straight to the review shall we?
Teni introduces herself to us and then proceeds with the singing without wasting any time. The progression of the song was decent without any major lapses.
Afro-pop, which is just what we will call BOJ's sound since we really could not find any reliable source for his genre of music and most of these musicians usually just come up with a new sound and slap a genre on it. We all know that Teni predominantly sings in Fuji Pop but can we call this electronic Fuji pop? Nah, we'll just stick to Fuji POp, the song is a criss-cross of Pop sounds giving us a rather unique sound.
Hey BOJ, we had to change our headphones several times to ensure it was not our headphones that were giving us this overly electronic but nope it was the quality of the song. We really did not like the overly electronic sound, it just made the whole song sound rather somehow.
Sorry non-Yoruba speakers, this song was strictly sung in Yoruba and it had a lot of innuendos in them. Were you hoping we wouldn't notice or you actually wanted us to notice eh, Boj and Teni?