NAIRA MARLEY: Is Tingasa Worth Listening To?

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NAIRA MARLEY: Is Tingasa Worth Listening To?
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NAIRA MARLEY: Is Tingasa Worth Listening To? 

‘Music has finally met madness’. It came to me late that the president of the Marlian gang, Tesumole crooner has dropped another hit featuring his label mate ‘C Blvck’ who helped the buzzing of the jam, which was produced by the master producer ‘killertunes’.

The question is, is Tingasa worth listening to? The art which is said to be didactic (teaches moral lesson) has been side dropped by some egregious musicians. The rate at which they envelope madness with mic has overridden the society which actually promotes the trend of senseless concepts. When I heard the hyping of the song ‘Tingasa’, I had no choice than to give my listening ears hoping to catch cruise in the process. Unexpectedly, my head started shaking to the rhythm of the beat and my legs couldn’t resist because the song was indeed danceable but it got to a point where my body couldn’t perform the rite of the beat again because all I could hear at that moment was a wack lyrics packed into hot beat.

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”White girl freaky gan

Oloun fe fun di mi

Naija girl ya werey

Omi to wa la kpo mi

Asian girl tin binu

Oni kin ti bo wo di

Brazilian girls sabi

Awon eyan ma gbe to mi



Everything tingasa


Iwo sha wan tingasa


Everything tingasa


Iwo sha wan tingasa”


With a detailed understanding of the lyrics above, it has no sensible token of a good music that is worth to be listened to, it’s totally packed with argots.


Why I would not tag the blames to the artist who wasted his time in composing this madness, I’d rather throw a shade at the society that welcomes the presence of insanity and brings madness into limelight. It’s well known to everybody that what we gain in these wack songs are just gyrations. Should we now go to sleep with our roofs on fire? When nonsense now sells more than sense. If we allow more of this to come to live again, they will surely leave us on the verge of perilous tomorrow. Although, youths are supposed to enjoy their youthful age, but not at the expense of destroying their future. We do not deserve to be hacked with the machete of harzadous songs in our airwave?

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Naira Marley Tingasa is not worth to be called a song.

Ademola Oluwadamilare ©


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