“Bo patalá le fun won jo…
Pata ni logo benz . Ah afe wa benz
Pata ni logo benz, po po meji to flex
Awan jaye lo
A den jagbo lo, ta nikpe we no go flex
Tan Ni pe we no go flex…
Owo wa important, o wa importanter
Ki tanta lia mi malo di lanta
Ka le gbo mo lo, ka le gbo mo scatter.
To pupa bi fanta, to dudu bi fanta…
To ba dey pekas na point and kill…
Gbe frying pan or pot of stew .
Carry your size ooo. Carry your size
To ba gbe over size is your cup of tea”.
Wow, what a controversial song from Lil Kesh, I mean, this song is the source of so much agitation and debates online, especially on social media. Many are worried about the message the song is passing across and they really have to be worried. I mean after releasing Poverty die, we did not expect something like this. This simply means this is to what extent they can go to ensure the death of poverty?
The intro of the song is one we have heard way too many times. There was nothing special about it really.
The vocals of the song are clear and crisp, we wish it was not though, we will get to the reasons soon.
The instrumentals are the usual faced paced tempo we are used to. No innovation, just the same old normals sounds.
Now let us get to the lyrics of the song. The lyrics are a big no. They are vulgar, abusive and condescending. Lil Kesh claims it was to create awareness if that was indeed the case, then they should not have glorified getting money by all means. I man he said, "If money no enter, I g do blood money". If that was the intention, the awareness that is, they should have prepared better lyrics. Warn the girls and reprimand those involved. But it seemed like they were condoning the whole thing!