What is the song talking about? Ala di n'udi n'udi there are different types of bre. Flavour's song reminds me much about that song.
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Ala di n'udi n'udi there are different types of bre. Can anybody help me out? Nairaland Forum Welcome, Guest: It is asyawo Nwa Baby. You be waka waka baby oh yeah??
Nwa Baby - Wikipedia
Gaby could be asking for her attention, for a dance with her, for her smile, for her beauty, etc. Anybody who has been listening to the increasingly amazing dance-worthy beats that are now emerging from Nigeria on a constant basis would not fail to have heard this particular song.
Song is really pretty vulgar, you dont really need to even get the igbo translation down, you can just tell by the tone of teh song- first time I heard it was at a club in london and I was pretty inebriated but it stuck in ma head. Adure is an evergreen. What is the song talking about?
Now, a lot of what Flavor and his friends were saying on the track were in the Igbo language, and while that has not stopped a lot of non-Igbo listeners from appreciating the song, I felt compelled to give a full translation of this song to English for the benefit of those who might be wondering exactly what was being said.
The lines "I go tell my mama, oh yes, and I got tell my papa, oh yes, and I go tell am say bab be waka waka babe, oh yes, wuru wuru babe, " basically mean that she is a corrupted and bad girl. Thanks It means pretty lady! Also, what does the word "adamma" mean? It has been remixed at least once in every ten years since the 30s.
I like the song but someone told me the lyrics are saying really rude things? Here, Flavor is indicating that the girl in question is light-footed—walking around easily from place to place or of nimble gait.
However, its not different from all the love songs going around ahawo their suggestive videos. Now I see why he was refusing to translate the songs on twitter.
Flavour - Nwa baby (Ashawo Remix) lyrics
Clearly, if the girl he was addressing his song to was dancing or walking, Flavour appreciates the spectacle in front of him. Also, what does the word " adamma " mean?
Friday, 04 January at I hope that translation helped you on some level. See How To Advertise. I cant wait to read the responses cause i want to know about that song too. Please let me know what the song is talking about.
Nwa Baby Ashawo - Remix
I like the song. I'll see if I can find the music and play it again and interpret it for you guys! It's really very vulgar. Flavour's song reminds me much about that song. A call-girl may be gainfully employed or may be in school, and then renders her sexual services discreetly to rlavour clients in exchange for money or some other material incentives.
Flavour - Nwa Baby (Ashawo Remix) - Listen on Deezer
I have been trying to remember who did the s version, but I can't. The song Sawalele was originally done by Cardinal Rex Jim Lawson in the s, but somebody made a cover version in the s. Here, Flavour twists the word Ashawo around artistically by saying Awosha.
Adamma means beautiful first daughter. Not finding words to adequately convey the height of his excitement, he lapses into a series of onomatopoeic renditions designed to communicate the supposed elegance of a seductively dressed temptress of a woman.