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<input type="checkbox" id=toggle1><label for=toggle1><span class="annotate-lyric"> Shawty you make me emotional <br/></span></label><div id=content1 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> "Shawty" is a term for a girl or a loved one, and the singer is saying she evokes strong emotions in him </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle2><label for=toggle2><span class="annotate-lyric"> Bursting my Medulla <br/></span></label><div id=content2 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> This is in reference to the medulla oblongata which is a part of the brain that carries out multiple important processes like breathing and heartbeat. Muyeez says that a woman is bursting his medulla, that is, she is blowing his mind. He expresses how intensely she affects him </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle3><label for=toggle3><span class="annotate-lyric"> I been chatting on Instagram<br/>I.G tell me say you no know that<br/>I follow you, but you no follow back <br/></span></label><div id=content3 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> He mentions that he's been in her Instagram DMs but she doesn't acknowledge him and Instagram lets him know that she doesn’t follow him back </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle4><label for=toggle4><span class="annotate-lyric"> Shawty say "You are turnover"<br/>If you spin on me, I go turnover <br/></span></label><div id=content4 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> He thinks she is a "turnover", which might imply she is a game-changer or some significant. If she gives him attention or spins his way, he will be completely taken by her </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle5><label for=toggle5><span class="annotate-lyric"> Tell me say her name na Omotola <br/></span></label><div id=content5 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> She told him that her name is Omotola, which is a female name of Yoruba origin. It means "a child is equal to wealth" or "a child is worth wealth." </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle6><label for=toggle6><span class="annotate-lyric"> She tell me say she like it in a boulevard <br/></span></label><div id=content6 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> She told him that she likes it in a boulevard, perhaps referring to a lifestyle or a place </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle7><label for=toggle7><span class="annotate-lyric"> Me I tell her, "shawty shey you know the vibe?"<br/>I go tell you things wey you no never ah <br/></span></label><div id=content7 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> He tells Omotola that she knows the vibe  and he will tell her things she doesn't know  </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle8><label for=toggle8><span class="annotate-lyric"> Only Jah blessings dey on this kid, ah na <br/></span></label><div id=content8 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> God’s blessings are on him. "Jah" or "Yah" is a short form of "Yahweh" which is a personal name for God used by the ancient Israelites </div></div><br/><input type="checkbox" id=toggle9><label for=toggle9><span class="annotate-lyric"> For this street i no fit do dodoyo <br/></span></label><div id=content9 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> On these streets, he cannot be foolish or naive. </div></div><br/> Show it now if you love someone <input type="checkbox" id=toggle10><label for=toggle10><span class="annotate-lyric"> I no fit tell you many things, shey you know oh no <br/></span></label><div id=content10 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> He can’t tell her many things that she knows.  </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle11><label for=toggle11><span class="annotate-lyric"> Wire aza mi make we dey nor nor <br/></span></label><div id=content11 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> He wants to send his bank account details to someone so he can get money to enjoy himself    </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle12><label for=toggle12><span class="annotate-lyric"> Ọmọ me I dey like dis, I dey dey jogo <br/></span></label><div id=content12 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> "Jogor" means to get intoxicated. He is intoxicated </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle13><label for=toggle13><span class="annotate-lyric"> Mo ti jogo to ba fe ma gbemi trabaye<br/>S'o le gbe mi de be-e? <br/></span></label><div id=content13 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> He is intoxicated but still wants to get more intoxicated. "Trabaye" is a Nigerian slang that means to misbehave so "gbemi trabaye" means "make me misbehave." He asks his friend if he can get him more intoxicated. "Sole gbemidebe" directly means "Can you take me there?" in Yoruba. It is used when a person wants to get intoxicated. </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle14><label for=toggle14><span class="annotate-lyric"> Ọmọ iya mi s'o le gbe mi de be? (De be-e) <br/>(Oluwaloseyi) <br/></span></label><div id=content14 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> "Omo iya mi" directly means "child of my mother" in Yoruba. It is an affectionate way of referring to a close friend. He asks his friend if he can get him more intoxicated. "Oluwaloseyi" is Seyi Vibez’s full first name. It means "God did this" in Yoruba. </div></div><br/><br/> Money make me emotional <input type="checkbox" id=toggle15><label for=toggle15><span class="annotate-lyric"> Bursting my medulla <br/></span></label><div id=content15 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> This is in reference to the medulla oblongata which is a part of the brain that carries out multiple important processes like breathing and heartbeat. Muyeez says that a woman is bursting his medulla, that is, she is blowing his mind. </div></div><br/> Chatting on Instagram <input type="checkbox" id=toggle16><label for=toggle16><span class="annotate-lyric"> I.G na you say we go see later <br/></span></label><div id=content16 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> Instagram let him know that a woman he follows doesn’t follow him back </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle17><label for=toggle17><span class="annotate-lyric"> I called you but you no call me back, mama <br/></span></label><div id=content17 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> He called her but she did not call him back  </div></div><br/> I remember my class teacher <input type="checkbox" id=toggle18><label for=toggle18><span class="annotate-lyric"> But right now Alhamdulillah <br/></span></label><div id=content18 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> "Alhamdulillah" is a common Arabic phrase which means "praise be to God" </div></div><br/> Hands in the air, lets party na <input type="checkbox" id=toggle19><label for=toggle19><span class="annotate-lyric"> Bottles for the girls, wey sabi na <br/></span></label><div id=content19 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> Bottles for the girls that know </div></div><br/> The loser pay <input type="checkbox" id=toggle20><label for=toggle20><span class="annotate-lyric"> If you no get, them no go stay <br/></span></label><div id=content20 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> If he doesn’t have money they won't stay. "They" here refers to people in general.  </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle21><label for=toggle21><span class="annotate-lyric"> When you go out, ko ranti ile <br/></span></label><div id=content21 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> When you go out, remember your home </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle22><label for=toggle22><span class="annotate-lyric"> See my vibe call it trabaye <br/></span></label><div id=content22 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> His vibe is "misbehaviour" that is, he wants to misbehave. </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle23><label for=toggle23><span class="annotate-lyric"> Epariwo o-ogo aye (ogo) <br/></span></label><div id=content23 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> He tells people to shout "life of glory" </div></div><br/><input type="checkbox" id=toggle24><label for=toggle24><span class="annotate-lyric"> O-Only Jah blessings dey on this kid ah-na <br/></span></label><div id=content24 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> God’s blessings are on him. "Jah" or "Yah" is a short form of "Yahweh" which is a personal name for God used by the ancient Israelites </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle25><label for=toggle25><span class="annotate-lyric"> For this street i no fit do dodoyo <br/></span></label><div id=content25 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> On this street, he cannot be foolish. </div></div><br/> Show it now if you love someone <input type="checkbox" id=toggle26><label for=toggle26><span class="annotate-lyric"> I no fit tell you many things, shey you know oh no <br/></span></label><div id=content26 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> He can’t tell her many things that she knows.  </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle27><label for=toggle27><span class="annotate-lyric"> Wire aza mi make we dey nor nor <br/></span></label><div id=content27 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> He wants to send his bank account details to someone so he can get money to enjoy himself    </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle28><label for=toggle28><span class="annotate-lyric"> Ọmọ me I dey like dis, I dey-dey jogor <br/></span></label><div id=content28 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> "Jogor" means to get intoxicated. He is intoxicated </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle29><label for=toggle29><span class="annotate-lyric"> Mo ti jogo t oba fe ma gbe mi trabaye<br/>S'o le gbe mi de be-e? <br/></span></label><div id=content29 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> He is intoxicated but still wants to get more intoxicated. "Trabaye" is a Nigerian slang that means to misbehave so "gbemi trabaye" means "make me misbehave." He asks his friend if he can get him more intoxicated. "Sole gbemidebe" directly means "Can you take me there?" in Yoruba. It is used when a person wants to get intoxicated. </div></div><input type="checkbox" id=toggle30><label for=toggle30><span class="annotate-lyric"> Ọmọ iya mi s'o le gbe mi de be? (De be-e)<br/>Ọmọ iya mi s'o le gbe mi de be-e?<br/>Ọmọ iya mi s'o le gbe mi de be? (Yea-yea, yea)<br/>Ọmọ iya mi s'o le gbe mi de be? (Oh no-no-no)<br/>Ọmọ iya mi s'o le gbe mi de be-e? <br/></span></label><div id=content30 class="annotate-explain"><div class="annotate-text"> "Omo iya mi" directly means "child of my mother" in Yoruba. It is an affectionate way of referring to a close friend. He asks his friend if he can get him more intoxicated.  </div></div>

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Murderer
Written by
Afolabi Loseyi Balogun, Moshood olanrewaju abdulmuiz
Release date
April 30, 2024