Zlatan Ibile is back with a new track, except this time he was featured by DJ Neptune. The song is titled English Teacher; he basically mocks everyone that attempts to learn how to speak good English language. He insists that making money is more money than learning English. Somehow, somehow, he and his significant other, Naira Marley seem to thrive on controversies.
The song starts with a voice saying some words we could not really make out properly. The sing itself starts at a fast-tempo.
The message of the song just doesn't sit well. What Zlatan forgets is that English is one of the unifying factors of Nigeria; a country with ove ld 250 languages. It'd be chaotic for us if we didn't have an official language we could all understand. Even the pidgin English is a variation of English. The sing lacks any iota of substance and depth. It just seemed like they woke up one morning and decided what can I sing today? Oh I know! Let me mock all these people that speak good English.
At this point, it is becoming increasingly difficult to classify songs like this under a genre. Zlatan started off as a rapper but these days, he talk-sings. While we usually ca this genre of song Azaman, it is not actually an official genre. The melody of the song is uninspiring and bland. We found ourselves losing interest in the song from the very beginning.