The music make me feel I be Jordan Now I understand why them say aiye gbon gan Nkan ti mori, olun mi o so tan (Woro si woro)The music make me feel I be Jordan (Woro si woro, koro ki loro) Now I understand why them say aiye gbon gan (O boy e plenty for my mind you go jisoro) Nkan ti mori, oloun mi o so tanMany, many listening Holy water pon my head and my feet (Jen ri owo loke)Gongo aso, aye a gbo Don gorgon, then come dey doubt am So what’s the outcome? It’s a mad one Roll a loud one, record my album We nuh trust anyone, for all that I am And I’ve been working No go do like say I don’t deserve am Defend meself, me nuh fear no oneBecause the rhythm e plenty gani Please give me plenty money Hypocrite plenty gan Wey dey pretendi gan ni No to defend them from me…
More Africans across Nigeria, Ghana and Cameroon have continued to take on spotlight roles in the UFC. Check out some leading figures.
According to ESPN, top fighters from Africa to watch out for include:
Abdul Razak Alhassan Judo Thunder, or Judo Razak as he is known on social media, is a hard-hitting Welterweight from Ghana. Born in Accra, the 31-year-old Alhassan now fights out of Fort Worth, Texas, where he trains with veterans such as former UFC Welterweight champion Johny Hendricks.
Kamaru Usman Usman is The Ultimate Fighter not just in ability but also in terms of his title. Usman won The Ultimate Fighter reality show competition in 2015 and has since been on a mission to make his mark in the UFC Welterweight division.
Along with fellow Nigerian-American Kamaru Usman, 29-year-old Oluwale Bamgbose is the second Nigerian-American currently under contract with the UFC. The “Holy War Angel” was born in the New York City to Nigerian parents and is firmly in tune with his African roots.
There is no fighter hotter than Cameroonian Francis Ngannou right now. Receiving plaudits from all corners of the UFC world, including the praise and admiration of light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier, Ngannou is being tipped for greatness in the UFC’s heavyweight division.
It often starts out that a song plays on audiomack, boom play,spotify, itunes the notion to rewind or repeat flags up almost immediately. why do you repeat songs Some people believe they owe the device and so they get to choose Some people believe the songs must have been good enough to get one airtime airplay Some people believe its the most significant way to trash your FM radio’s bad choices of songs Some people believe its their absolute right to do so because they spotify, tunein, itunes, boom play
Many people around the world developed a closer habit to their phones; the isolation created new and enlarged the distance between friends, lovers and family who had a list of excuses not to speak often.
Music that works has always been a close pal to rely on; good music will get into a mood and keep in a mood. Even keep you Vibing all anytime.
Millennials appear to hear music differently; they care about strategic music chords and patterns; notes of music that need to be arranged in a verse-chorus verse-chorus-bridge -chorus- chorus sequence.
What is that?
it’s all in the beat.
Artistes, music producers and DJs in Nigeria are taking advantage of an infamous mix with undisclosed sequence to get the best of favourite fans from Ireland, the UK, the US, the Americans, Europe, China, South Africa, Ghana all vibing non-stop to good collection of songs.
DJS from Nigeria are leading in creating of new genre of music and making most boring songs grab on new energy in a vibing mix. Fans love to listen to familiar and popular songs that broke the internet follow up quick and fast on their phones, tablets, Alexa, Siri, websites as vibing take over their moments unending.