Nigerian controversial musician Afeez Fashola aka Naira Marley has really made name for himself and one of the most searched things about him is the word ‘Naira Marley lyrics’. His lyrics which consists of his lifestyle, drug, and sex life has made many to join his movement called ‘Marlians’.
Naira Marley make sure he causes stir in the public with his song lyrics as well as posts on social media. This has made him to be tagged a ‘Bad Influence’ in the society. Forget the controversial aspect, Naira Marley lyrics as weird as it is, it has an element of lamba (a Nigerian musical expression). It is not just a mere title to name his debut studio album ‘Lord of Lamba (LOL)’, he has got the weird song lyrics.
The afro beat singer sings both in English and Yoruba language. His indigenous Yoruba language influences most of his song lyrics. There’s also a mixture of both Pidgin and English language in his song lyrics.
1O Weird Naira Marley Lyrics
Here are some selected Naira Marley lyrics you will find weird especially if you are not a Marlian. The lyrics were picked from the songs the ‘Soapy’ crooner have released and also been featured. They are as follows;
Quarter pass, o shi fe high, after one original tramadol extra_ Mafo
Naira Marley used this popular phrase in the song titled ‘Mafo’ produced by Young John. Here, he was referring to the Lagos night life. The phrase ‘Original tramadol extra’ comes from a popular rhyme ‘After round one, original Panadol extra’.
- Olosho shey ma loyun funmi what can faa? _ Puta
This line in Yoruba language literally means ‘How will a sex worker be pregnant for me?’ The Marlian king feels it is an abominable thing for such to happen.
- Won gbe wa wa tour, iwo play Naira Marley won ma scatter sha_ Puta
This is another line from the Puta song. Here, he was saying whenever he’s invited to a tour and Naira Marley’s song is being played, the audience will definitely go gaga.
- We want school, they gave us prison. We want education, they gave us lessons _ Bad Influence
Trying to show who the real bad influence is, Naira Marley used this line to attack the government who has messed up the country rather than portraying him as a negative influence to the Nigerian youths and society at large.
- Baby don’t you trust me? Trust me coz I don’t trust myself_ Jogor
Naira Marley used this line in the song ‘Jogor’ featuring Zlatan Ibile and Lil Kesh. This is weird coz if you can’t trust yourself, are you trusting someone else to trust you if you are not under an influence.
- I was the highest in my class, ti mo ti high ki n to wo class_ Gobe
This comes from the song ‘Gobe’ featuring Olamide and Pheelz. He used this line to talk about his drug life; I was the highest in my class, I was high before entering the class. Marlians would definitely loves this.
- Shey bi omo Jesu ni wo, gbese ko t’esu mole _ Tesumole
This is one of the most popular Naira Marley lyrics off his hit, Tesumole. It’s a call to dance by NM as he’s fondly called. The literal translation into English from Yoruba language means ‘if you belong to Jesus, lift your leg and match the devil’.
- Ki lo tun ni Marley shey? _ Gobe
The dread-lock wearing artists has mentioned this severally as he has also trended as many times as possible since coming to limelight. ‘Ki lo tun ni Marley shey’ means ‘what has Marley done again’.
- Omo iya mi mowa pelu e_ Mafo
This is a popular and trendy phrase by the Lord of Lamba. It means ‘I’m with you’ referring to his folks.
I get money, can you tell? Word boss, Vibes cartel_ Sweet in the middle
Naira Marley used this lyric in the ‘Sweet in the middle’ song featuring Davido, Zlatan, and Wurld. He used this line to cement his position as the lord of lamba. It is one of the top of Naira Marley lyrics you’ll see at the moment.
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