Great Music


#104

Not just playful @Funsho… Mr Romantic Funsho is still around… :grin:


#105

Repete by Back Magic

I love it when you smile at me

You will never have to weep with me

I’ll be the happiness that moves your heart

And when you sleep, I’ll find my way to your dream…

what do you want from me…

Black Magic, mo n se dada mo n se jeje oo

Mofe ko je bi ore oo…


#106

I’m a fan since 2013


#107

I love this song by black majic. Wonder why he and burna boy sound alike sef.


#108

Poor People Land by Vybz Kartel


#109

Nice!
I like Vybz Kartel’s music. His songs are mostly saved in my Soca playlist.

Apparently, the guy has been sentenced to life in prison since 2011. I read it some time last year, and he still releases songs from there.


#110

Yeah for murder imagine.


#111

Yes o.

What made me read about him was when he released a song with Wizkid and then the video came out but neither one of them was in it.


#112

:joy::joy::joy::joy:


#113

Lengoma DJ Sbu feat. Zahara

Can’t remember the name of the song.


#114

Uwezo by ADawnAgeBand

@KubasuInyanya this is my fav Kenyan track of all time.


#115

You Just Wrote the name — Lengoma

i can Practically sing this song word for word in Xhosa . Has Powerful Lyrics too.

Original Lyrics
englishTranslation in English

Abantu k’dala bend’valel’indlela
It’s been a long time that people have been blocking my way
Mmmmm
Mmmmm
Besisthi andiyonto, futhi ndiyaboniswa
Saying that I’m nothing and that my nothingness is obvious
Huuuuuu
Yea
Kodw’i ingom’engaphakathi kwam ibalis’ibali
But the music in me tells a different tale
Nokuwa nokuvuka komntu nolonwab’olungapheliyo
It tells a tale of a fallen person, and a rising person filled with never ending joy

Nd’yathandaz’uyive lengoma
I pray you hear this song
Izovuselel’umphefumlo wakho
And it restores your soul
Ik’nik’ithemb’elitsha
And gives you new hope
Nd’yathandaz
I Pray
Nd’yathandaz
I Pray

Nd’yathandaz’uyive lengoma
— DJ Sbu

Nd’yathandaz
I Pray
Nd’yathandaz
I Pray

Kudal’usithi nyawo zam Ndikhokhele
I have always told my feet to carry me
Undise kwantliziyo ndise
To a place where only my heart knows
Apho kungenjena
Where its not like this
Kudal’usithi nyawo zam ndise Ndikhokhele
I have always told my feet to carry me
Undise kwantliziyo ndise
To a place where only my heart knows
Apho kungenjena
Where its not like this
Umphefumlo wam wahlukene
That my spirit breaks

Nd’yathandaz’uyive lengoma
I pray you hear this song
Izovuselel’umphefumlo wakho
And it restores your soul
Ik’nik’ithemb’elitsha
And gives you new hope
Aaaaaa
Yes


#116

I guess Xhosa nd Swahili sound alike.


#117

Most Bantu languages around the continent have similarities . Making it easier on the tongue .

Plus arabic. Cz Swahili is a mix of bantu and arabic

Lengoma is song in Xhosa
Ngoma is Song in Swahili


#118

Ooh makes sense now.


#119


This is titled Street Cry… It’s my own song… It’s emotional rap… STREET CRY LYRICS
1
Envisioning change is easy
If you’re the one bringing it
The price of these changes
The effect of these changes
The lives it would claim
Did you do your homework
Are you sure it would work
Are you sure there’s no flaw
And it won’t put us on the Floor.
They say change is constant -we know it’s the law of the nature
Are we ready for the change Initiated by an imperfect creature.
Now people crying for rapture
Cause the suffering is too much
Who’s gonna be our saviour when the Messiah has gone rogue
And the morale is too Low
Can’t get my head in the flow.
It’s like fire in my bone
Like am holding a hot stone
And certain point blank, we’re headed for the stone.
2.
This change is killing me.
Am I the only one
I can’t be the only one
This shit is obvious even for the blind ones in the street
These crawlers gathered us together to put us under their feet
And we shouldn’t take this.
Come on, we gotta be real
Now this is the deal, yeah
We squeeze them out and deal with them on the street
We give them reality check,
Cause they care for their pocket
When we talk about the people
They don’t really care. Damn
3
The power belong to the people not in their pocket.
This people are too old they don’t deserve the ticket
Flush them out of this system
Like we flush out the toilet
They don’t belong in this dispensation
They should go to hell
Somebody blow mega whistle cause their time is up
These dudes should drop dead, I don’t give a fuck
They rob us blind we can’t see even with the street light on.
Yet they move around with the siren on.
Somebody kick them out.
4.
The masses are suffering
And you living in mansion
You can’t help the little one
But you’ve got -stack -of - money lying idle in your house.
This shit ain’t working
Democracy is crazy.
Hunger striking like a Plague
Every night different family staring at empty plate.
If this is what changes is all about then I don’t wanna change.
Give me back my money
Give me back my economy
Give me back my Naira
To hell with dollars.
5.
Now we are in Recession
In this kind of situation
Now there’s killings, there’s flooding
And the government are doing nothing
Am tired of this country
Tell me what is unity
And you want us to obey
Who is doing the calling
The mugus or the people.
JFS Napster


#120

Surrender by Adekunle Gold

Special S/O to someone special :slight_smile:


#121

And

These songs triggered so many memories…

I literally “ran” to YouTube to have my fill of 90s and early 2000 songs… yeah, things went really downhill after then.

Where are these gems?
Tony Braxton…her voice, gosh!!, Tevin Campbell
Brandy, Joe, Craig David, Ashanti, Ja Rule, Missy Elliot, Usher, Wyclef Jean, Timbaland, Mya…she had some hits.
Even R.Kelly??

Aaliyah, Left eye…RIP… TLC…still my best female group.
Back Street Boys, Westlife and Boyz II Men!
In fact, they are too many to list.

Side note @Judy, :point_down:reminded me of you…


#122

Using one stone to kill five birds :roll_eyes:


#123

Abi nau. The 5 birds know wassup :smile::smile: