“Iberibe na enye onye ara morale (morale)
Onuma mere obi guys le waa (le waa)
Ojo do onye iro amagu bochaa (bochaa)
Me ka etuto etoo gi na abu fuwa (fuwa)”
We were trying to get our Igbo (Ibo) staff to translate this song for us and well, when they eventually agreed, they were laughing at the very beginning of the song. Talking about how a mumu was giving a madman morale. So for this review, we will be focusing more on Melody, intro, vocals, Instrumentals and try to stay away as much as possible from the lyrics because even our Igbo speaking staff could not translate the meaning of “Fuwa Sewa”.They insisted that it was a slang of some sorts, so Phyno, well done. We will really like to have an interview with you and ask you a couple of questions regarding this song! Moving on to the review.
We really liked the intro tone, we wished it had played slightly longer before the vocals, we felt like it's shine was rushed by the intro vocals. The intro vocals started off strongly. We felt mostly indifferent about it.
The melody of the song really caught our attention. It was memorable and tuneful. We certainly enjoyed it.
The vocals were clear and crisp enough for us, even though we did not understand the majority of what he was singing (our Igbo staff had gone back to their duties at this point), his intonation was clear and there was no real interference form the instrumentals.
The song sounds good, however, even some Igbo speakers found it hard to keep up with what Phyno was saying. we could not help but feel like Phyno sneaked in a lot of innuendoes into the song.