“I no wan dey beg for raba (raba) Edumare wire my Aza (aza) Sotey if I jam Bill Gate (Ye!) Make e know say I dey para o”
Another Alternate music but this time from Davolee, he’s a rapper and a singer, in this song, he sings and raps. He is basically praying and hoping his prayers get answered.
Perhaps what we enjoyed most about the song was the melody and rhythm, it was a fresh breath from everything we had been listening to for a while now. We could hear the relative calm and conviction in his vocals. it sounded like he knew what he was singing and not just some random mashup some other musicians mix for us and call it music, no we are not going to mention names at this point.
The beat of the song also complemented the song well, a lot of Yoruba influence in the beat and at a point, it was sounding similar to Afro-juju.
The song does not have a video yet and we really cannot think of a decent video when we think of one for this video. We feel that if he does decide to make a video for the song, it will have an overly Yoruba theme.
There is also the issue of the Language barrier, while we are tempted to say the melody is good enough for non-Yoruba speakers to enjoy, the melody itself is based on a Yoruba theme and it may sound, well, too Yoruba for them.