“I must to jaiye mi (jaiye mi) (I want to enjoy my life)
Flenjo (Flenjo) (Enjoy)
Orire, Favour, Jejely, Splendor eh eh (Goodluck, favour, gently, splendor eh eh)
jaiye mi (jaiye mi)
Flenjo (Flenjo), chop money, billions (Enjoy, spend money, billions)
Orire, Favour, Jejely, Splendor eh (Goodluck, favour, gently, splendor eh)”
Wena Mighty is basically everywhere, from Tiwa Savage’s Lova Lova to Fake Love, DMW’s Aza and so much more. It is safe to say it is his time and he is loving it! Before we talked about how Duncan Mighty needed to slow down but hey, he did seem like the only modicum of talent in this song.
The video of the song is quite clean and it did keep us engaged more than the song itself. It was able to pass the message the song itself was trying to pass across.
We also enjoyed Duncan Mighty's part of the song, it was truly the best part of the song and we wish he had sung for a longer period in this song.
Lil Kesh is not a very talented musician and he does not seem to care, at best his melody ranged from sub-par to average at different times. For the most part of the song we were plain bored and we struggled to get engaged by the melody. I am pretty sure Lil Kesh was hoping we would not notice this because of the video, well BUMMER! We did notice and we just mostly concentrated on the video as a sort of short story and Lil kesh's voice was like a background soundtrack because that was exactly how it felt to us.