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About “Update”

Created by FrankyLouis 1 year ago

YBNL boss “Olamide Baddo” drops another single, titled “Update” produced by hit producer Youngjohn. What can be deduced from the song is a rift between the artist and some other antagonist who attacks the artist because he is not proficient in English language. The artist takes to the song to belittle English language, saying money will make English language unnecessary.

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INTRO

Update! Update!! Update!!! Young John, Update! Sa’na wo’le!
Update! Update!! Update!!!
Young John, Update!
Sa’na wo’le!
 
 
Update! Update!! Update!!! Young John, Update! Enter with swag!
Update! Update!! Update!!!
Young John, Update!
Enter with swag!
 
 

CHORUS
The artist uses some French in other to retaliate against English language.

When would you marry? This year, next year, next time, or never? This year, next year, next time, or never? Never Aah Never ahh Oya, she say ‘January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December Lundi oh, Mardi oh, Mercredi, Jeudi, Vendredi, Samedi, Dimanche eh Leave it!
When would you marry?
This year, next year, next time, or never?
This year, next year, next time, or never?
Never Aah Never ahh
Oya, she say ‘January, February, March,
April, May, June, July, August, September,
October, November, December
Lundi oh, Mardi oh, Mercredi, Jeudi,
Vendredi, Samedi, Dimanche eh
Leave it!
 
 
When would you marry? This year, next year, next time, or never? This year, next year, next time, or never? Never! She said ‘January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday Leave it!
When would you marry?
This year, next year, next time, or never?
This year, next year, next time, or never?
Never!
She said ‘January, February, March,
April, May, June, July, August, September,
October, November, December
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday, Saturday or Sunday
Leave it!
 
 

VERSE
The artist starts by naming his tribe – Yoruba and said he appreciates his culture and can’t care less about what people think of his English proficiency. He goes ahead and insinuate that he has been making money even without English proficiency .

Omo Yoruba l’emi, mo appreciate culture mi Anything you like, you call me Oruko t’o wun, k’on so mi, ye Awon t’emi n’igboro, won ni Baddo, k’o s’isoro Won ni ki n ma lo ma soro Be Happy l’awa no sorrow Seb’owo n wo’le wa obe n se’le l’ojo Ileya And the money I get, the money too long Baba dey answer prayer Kasimawo! L’oruko Abiola, o si ma gbo t’emi Kasimawo! L’oruko Abiola, na English you want chop ni?
Omo Yoruba l’emi, mo appreciate culture mi
Anything you like, you call me
Oruko t’o wun, k’on so mi, ye
Awon t’emi n’igboro, won ni Baddo, k’o s’isoro
Won ni ki n ma lo ma soro
Be Happy l’awa no sorrow
Seb’owo n wo’le wa obe n se’le l’ojo Ileya
And the money I get, the money too long
Baba dey answer prayer
Kasimawo! L’oruko Abiola, o si ma gbo t’emi
Kasimawo! L’oruko Abiola, na English you want chop ni?
 
 
I am Yoruba, I appreciate my culture Anything you like, you can call me Whatever name they like, let them name me My own people in the town tell me to ride on They told me to go on without wavering We are the happy mood, no sorrow We are getting money anyway And the money I get is too much God answers prayer Let’s wait and see, you are still going to do my wish Let’s wait and see, are you going to eat English?
I am Yoruba, I appreciate my culture
Anything you like, you can call me
Whatever name they like, let them name me
My own people in the town tell me to ride on
They told me to go on without wavering
We are the happy mood, no sorrow
We are getting money anyway
And the money I get is too much
God answers prayer
Let’s wait and see, you are still going to do my wish
Let’s wait and see, are you going to eat English?
 
 

BRIDGE
The artist takes some more deep on English language, defining it as a rubbish language he was forced to learn.

E fi i le fun, Badd bish, am the baddest in the street O ni ki n so English, bi m’o le so, mo finish Ahh, ki ni English, s’o le define English? Ahh, English Emi le define English Edeke, orokoro, t’iya mi o ogbo, ti baba o gbo, t’on fi tipa-tipa k’o mi Baby, ye kan’ra mo mi, Edekede, orokoro, t’iya mi o ogbo, ti baba o gbo, t’on fi tipa-tipa k’o mi, baby, ye kan’ra mo mi
E fi i le fun, Badd bish, am the baddest in the street
O ni ki n so English, bi m’o le so, mo finish
Ahh, ki ni English, s’o le define English? Ahh, English
Emi le define English Edeke, orokoro, t’iya mi o ogbo, ti baba o gbo,
t’on fi tipa-tipa k’o mi
Baby, ye kan’ra mo mi, Edekede, orokoro, t’iya mi o ogbo, ti baba o gbo,
t’on fi tipa-tipa k’o mi, baby, ye kan’ra mo mi
 
 
Leave it for me, am the worst guy on the street She asks me to speak English, that if I can’t, I am finished What is English? Can you define English? I can define English, it’s a rubbish language which my mother and father can’t understand… …that I was taught forcefully Baby, stop being aggressive on me, it’s a rubbish language which my mother and father can’t understand… …that I was taught forcefully, baby, stop being aggressive on me
Leave it for me, am the worst guy on the street
She asks me to speak English, that if I can’t, I am finished
What is English? Can you define English?
I can define English, it’s a rubbish language which my mother and father can’t understand…
…that I was taught forcefully
Baby, stop being aggressive on me, it’s a rubbish language which my mother and father can’t understand…
…that I was taught forcefully, baby, stop being aggressive on me
 
 

VERSE

Omo, yo’di e, ara fe san, eh ojo fe ro I know you’ feeling me awon t’on hate, won k’eran, ah Kupepi, eh, kupepi bambam kuloso lo lo ni, ti kini yen fi tobi gbangba? Seb’owo n wo’le wa, obe n se’le l’ojo Ileya And the money I get, the money too long Baba dey answer prayer Kasimawo! L’oruko Abiola, o si ma gbo t’emi Kasimawo! L’oruko Abiola, na English you want chop ni?
Omo, yo’di e, ara fe san, eh ojo fe ro
I know you’ feeling me awon t’on hate, won k’eran, ah
Kupepi, eh, kupepi bambam kuloso lo lo ni, ti kini yen fi tobi gbangba?
Seb’owo n wo’le wa, obe n se’le l’ojo Ileya
And the money I get, the money too long
Baba dey answer prayer
Kasimawo! L’oruko Abiola, o si ma gbo t’emi
Kasimawo! L’oruko Abiola, na English you want chop ni?
 
 
Babe, pose your buttocks out, thunder is about to sound, rain is about to fall I know you are feeling me, people who hate me are in trouble No literal translation We are getting money anyway And the money I get is too much God answers prayer Let’s wait and see, you are still going to do my wish Let’s wait and see, are you going to eat English?
Babe, pose your buttocks out, thunder is about to sound, rain is about to fall
I know you are feeling me, people who hate me are in trouble
No literal translation
We are getting money anyway
And the money I get is too much
God answers prayer
Let’s wait and see, you are still going to do my wish
Let’s wait and see, are you going to eat English?
 
 

BRIDGE
The artist takes some more deep on English language, defining it as a rubbish language he was forced to learn.

E fi i le fun Badd Bish am the baddest in the street O ni ki n so English, bi m’o le so, mo finish Ahh, ki ni English s’o le define English? Ahh, English Emi le define English- Edeke, orokoro, t’iya mi o ogbo, ti baba o gbo, t’on fi tipa-tipa k’o mi Baby, ye kan’ra mo mi, Edekede, orokoro, t’iya mi o ogbo, ti baba o gbo, t’on fi tipa-tipa k’o mi, baby, ye kan’ra mo mi
E fi i le fun Badd Bish am the baddest in the street
O ni ki n so English, bi m’o le so, mo finish
Ahh, ki ni English s’o le define English? Ahh, English
Emi le define English- Edeke, orokoro, t’iya mi o ogbo, ti baba o gbo,
t’on fi tipa-tipa k’o mi
Baby, ye kan’ra mo mi, Edekede, orokoro, t’iya mi o ogbo, ti baba o gbo,
t’on fi tipa-tipa k’o mi, baby, ye kan’ra mo mi
 
 
Leave it for me, am the worst guy on the street She asks me to speak English, that if I can’t, I am finished What is English? Can you define English? I can define English, it’s a rubbish language which my mother and father can’t understand… …that I was taught forcefully Baby, stop being aggressive on me, it’s a rubbish language which my mother and father can’t understand… …that I was taught forcefully, baby, stop being aggressive on me
Leave it for me, am the worst guy on the street
She asks me to speak English, that if I can’t, I am finished
What is English? Can you define English?
I can define English, it’s a rubbish language which my mother and father can’t understand…
…that I was taught forcefully
Baby, stop being aggressive on me, it’s a rubbish language which my mother and father can’t understand…
…that I was taught forcefully, baby, stop being aggressive on me
 
 

CHORUS
The artist uses some French in other to retaliate against English language.

When would you marry? This year, next year, next time, or never? This year, next year, next time, or never? Never Aah Never ahh Oya, she say ‘January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December Lundi oh, Mardi oh, Mercredi, Jeudi Vendredi, Samedi, Dimanche eh Leave it!
When would you marry?
This year, next year, next time, or never?
This year, next year, next time, or never?
Never Aah Never ahh
Oya, she say ‘January, February, March,
April, May, June, July, August, September,
October, November, December
Lundi oh, Mardi oh, Mercredi, Jeudi
Vendredi, Samedi, Dimanche eh
Leave it!
 
 
When would you marry? This year, next year, next time, or never? This year, next year, next time, or never? Never! She said ‘January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday Leave it!
When would you marry?
This year, next year, next time, or never?
This year, next year, next time, or never?
Never!
She said ‘January, February, March,
April, May, June, July, August, September,
October, November, December
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday, Saturday or Sunday
Leave it!
 
 

OUTRO

Update! Update!! Young John Update! IOS18 n’ise yen Update!!
Update! Update!!
Young John Update!
IOS18 n’ise yen
Update!!
 
 
Update! Update!! Young John Update! iOS 18 software! Update!!
Update! Update!!
Young John Update!
iOS 18 software!
Update!!
 
 

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About “Update”

Created by FrankyLouis 1 year ago

YBNL boss “Olamide Baddo” drops another single, titled “Update” produced by hit producer Youngjohn. What can be deduced from the song is a rift between the artist and some other antagonist who attacks the artist because he is not proficient in English language. The artist takes to the song to belittle English language, saying money will make English language unnecessary.

“Update” Song Facts

Written by Olamide
Produced by Young Jonn
Primary artist Olamide
Release Date Aug 31, 2017
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