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“Gwagwalada” Song meaning {Explained}: BNXN, Seyi Vibez…

“Gwagwalada” Song meaning {Explained}: BNXN, Seyi Vibez…

Gwagwalada song meaning {Explained} BNXN, Seyi Vibez.

Here is Gwagwalada meaning explained. Gwagwalada is BNXN’s latest release featuring Kizz Daniel and Seyi Vibez, and if you have been a fan of the song, you might have been wondering, what is Gwagwalada meaning and what does is it have to do with the song. Well, here is Gwagwalada meaning explained.



Gwagwalada meaning

Gwagwalada is a Local Government Area in Abuja, the Federal Capital City of Nigeria. If you listen carefully, you hear BNXN, Seyi Vibez and Kizz Daniel saying “I dey for Gwagwalada”.

This means, they are literally in Gwagwalada, escaping the hatred people are spewing on them and the unnecessary stress and drama people want to bring against them.

Lyrics: “I’ve been drinking more alcohol for the past five days”

Hence, they would rather go to Gwagwalada to have fun and chill because it is the most convenient place for them to be laid back and watch the drama unfold without getting involved in it at all. That’s Gwagwalada meaning as implied in the song.

What does Gwagwalada mean

Also, Gwagwalada is very famous for being a tourist center. It has hotels and attractions. Therefore, it is not surprising that BNXN, Seyi Vibez and Kizz Daniel said they would rather go there than fixate on their problems and the things their enemies are doing against them.

To them, Gwagwalada is a place of rest, tranquility, escape and peace.

That’s Gwagwalada song meaning.


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Intro: Kizz Daniel & BNXN}
Beni kolobi, kuna ni mo bi
Ja ni su na ji shun
Gwagwalada, Gwagwalada
Beni kolobi, kuna ni mo bi
Ja ni su na ji shun
Gwagwalada, Gwagwalada
Gwagwalada, Gwagwalada

{Chorus: BNXN & Kizz Daniel}
I enter from Abuja go Gwagwalada
Won ni mo taka sufe si, awon da?
I no fit force am if e don pass my power
I roll up my shawarma
I dey for Gwagwalada
I enter from Abuja go Gwagwalada (I enter)
Won ni mo taka sufe si, awon da?
I no fit force, I no fit do pass my power
I roll up my shawarma
I dey for Gwagwalada

{Verse 1: Seyi Vibez}
Mi o foor
Won o la na
On God
Ile ni le mi, Asgard
I live fly nibi
Inję ma saami
Funmi lowo Iya Charly
I look, I look
Magada Movado
Can’t you see

Olowo mo ba to
Koju ma ribi, I come manage her
Love is on tomorrow sha
If loving you is a crime
Baby don’t you waste my time
Dancing Makossa, eh, eh
Mo mø pe a sunle, sunle
I dey for Gwagwalada
Call me back, mo dapada

{Chorus: BNXN & Kizz Daniel}
I enter from Abuja go Gwagwalada (I enter)
Won ni mo taka sufe si, awon da?
I no fit force am if e don pass my power
I roll up my shawarma
I dey for Gwagwalada (Ki lе wi?)

{Verse 2: Kizz Daniel}
On to the next one
Givе me ginger
Give me power omo ęlę
You surprise me
Harm me
Girl come try me

On to the next one
Give me ginger
Give me power omo ęlę
O ti sanwo fun mi
No be issue at all

{Chorus: Kizz Daniel & BNXN}
I enter from Abuja go Gwagwalada (I enter)
Won ni mo taka sufe si, awon da?
I no fit force, I no fit do pass my power
I roll up my shawarma

I dey for Gwagwalada
I enter from Abuja go Gwagwalada (I enter)
Won ni mo taka sufe si, awon da?
I no fit force am if e don pass my power
I roll up my shawarma
I dey for Gwagwalada (Ki le wi?)


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Chloe Bailey and Chris Brown Collaboration: Americans can be hypocrites

Chloe Bailey and Chris Brown Collaboration: Americans can be hypocrites

Chloe Bailey just announced the second piece to her upcoming album “In Pieces”, and Twitter has been slamming, cursing and berating her because it features someone they say they hate so much and is cancelled- Chris Brown.



But we all know something about the fake outrage, it doesn’t have anything to do with Chloe’s new song, rather, with the fact that their righteous display of anger would always be there. But we know what they do after their outrage on Twitter.


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Is Chris Brown Really Cancelled?

Let’s start with Spotify. Chris Brown has over 54 million monthly listeners on Spotify currently, which is more than Beyoncé’s Spotify monthly listeners. The question then goes: If Chris Brown is really cancelled, why does he have more monthly Spotify Listeners than Beyoncé, one of the world’s most loved singers who recently released an album in August 2022?

Who are those listening to his songs? Why does his 2022 sleeper hit “Under the influence”, have close to 70o million streams? Why does he still have over 130 Million followers on Instagram?
The answers to these are not far-fetched.

People only choose to cancel someone when they feel they should be canceled. They go back to their rooms to listen to Chris Brown, and hop on TikTok to jump on the #Undertheinfluence challenge.

Nothing speaks hypocrisy more. The outrage would have been fair if Chris Brown had been a loser over the years.

But no, he recently just made history when he surpassed Elvis to have the most Gold Singles in history. Also, his Under the Influence tour is sold out in every city. So, why are people pretending like they have the power they do on social media?

Just because you have a Twitter account and some followers doesn’t mean your opinion carries weight or matters to a celebrity. The real world doesn’t work like that.

The bottom of the matter is, Chris Brown was absolutely wrong to hit Rihanna. However, not only has he apologized and paid for his crimes, Rihanna also forgave him as they collaborated afterwards.

Following Chloe and Chris Brown’s song Collaboration announcement, Brown himself has been replying the haters by proving that the cancelling doesn’t apply to white people/artists, and fans have been rallying to his support.


Chloe Bailey and Chris Brown Collaboration: The Double Standard

Since the incident, Brown has worked with numerous male artists including Drake and Wikzid. No outrage was raised then. Nobody said anything about the songs he made with these male artists which topped the charts for months.

Where was the outrage then?

Now, with Chloe and Chris Brown song Collaboration, hell would have to “freeze” over because God forbid women have anything to do with Chris Brown anymore. Besides, it is just a song, it’s not like they are dating or anything, an even if they were, it is still nobody’s business.

Now to Chloe Bailey.

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The Chloe Bailey hate is uncalled for

Following Chloe and Chris Brown song Collaboration announcement, someone said on Twitter that

  • Some Black Americans are the worst people on Twitter ever”.

The reason for this is not race at all, it is the manner in which they bully and pull down their own people, especially the female singers.

Chloe Bailey and Chris Brown collaboration

Singers like Normani have been bullied by Black Twitter just because she hasn’t released an album, Halle Bailey was bullied recently because her man is reportedly cheating on her. However, with Chloe Bailey, Black Twitter say they hate her for no reason. Or maybe now, they have found a reason to.

When Chloe Bailey went solo, everyone wanted to offer their piece of advice on how she should dress, what she should sing, who she should work with. But since she was doing what she actually wanted to do, everyone was mad at her because she didn’t fit into the box they created for her.
Bailey has been nothing but consistent and hardworking since going solo, releasing singles and nabbing movie roles here and there.

But Black Twitter knows she has potential, and they want to micromanage her and tell her what to do with her life.

They are also obsessed with her. Because they never seem to stop talking bad about her or following her every move. If they are so mad at her, her engagements on Social media would have dropped. But no, the obsession is real.

Besides, it wasn’t like they supported most of her recent singles- especially “Pray it Away”- a core R&B song that would resonate with what people wanted from her. Not only did they not support the song, it didn’t chart and hasn’t even made 3 million streams on YouTube.

Following Chloe and Chris Brown song Collaboration announcement, Chloe’s tweet has had over 25 million impressions and 35 thousand Quote tweets- people who would have supported her earlier but now have a problem with her new song which they wouldn’t be talking about if Chris Brown wasn’t on it.

Did they pause to think that Chloe is collaborating with Brown because she actually wanted to have a song with him?


Chloe Bailey and Chris Brown Collaboration: Chloe’s Reaction

Bailey is growing. She has learnt that she is a celebrity and people are always going to talk bad about her.

Not only has she pretended like she didn’t know what’s going on Twitter, she has been posting pictures on there, while the haters are even more mad that they are not getting her attention- as if that’s what pays her bills and as if their opinions matter to her.



Black Twitter needs to stop bullying women in the music industry. It’s either you listen to the new song or not. Chloe Bailey is proving that she is in control of her own career and not the media. She wants to make songs with whom she wants, and she doesn’t want her choices to be approved by social media either.Chloe and Chris Brown song


Also, it appears these people live on Twitter to get her, maybe if they really had a life, they would know that she’s just trying to come into her own as a singer. Besides, the level of hypocrisy is astounding because these same people have never stopped listening to Chris Brown. The number don’t lie.

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Mavin “Won Da Mo” Lyrics

Mavin “Won Da Mo” Lyrics

Mavin Won da Mo lyrics

Here is Won Da Mo lyrics by Mavin Records. Won da Mo is a follow up to their hit lead single “Overdose” and the second single from their forthcoming all-star compilation studio album.

Won Da mo lyrics by Mavin

🎶Song: Won Da mo

👨‍👩‍👦‍👦Artists: Rema, Magixx, Boy Spyce, Ayra Starr, Bayanni, Crayon, Johnny Drille

: Afropop, Dancehall

Mavin Won Da Mo lyrics


{Verse 1: Rema}
Wake up in the morning, hallelujah
Chasin’ the money
Chasin’ the bag
No lookin’ back
Me and my gang
Steady fire we leave no gap
Gucci, Gucci, Louis V
Mix my Monster with Hennessy
My eye don dirty, I no fit see
The smell of doings shall lead me
Baby girl, why you cryin’?

Clean your tears with my currency
Bullion van outside the club
Who tell you say we need protection?
Hop in my all black challenger
All road leadin’ to the dynasty
We know ourself and they know we
Hm, they know we

{Pre-Chorus: Rema}
Won da mo (Won da mo)
Atin lo (Atin lo)
Otilo (Otilo)
Oti nlo (Oti nlo), mhm-oh
Owo nlo (Owo nlo)
Owo nbo (Owo nbo)
Won da mo (Won da mo)
The money long

{Chorus: Crayon}
Oluwa egba mi
Koma wole, kope wole
Egba mi
Make my blessings no seize
Kope wole, a sha ti de
Egba mi

{Verse 2: Boy Spyce & Bayanni}
So what you gonna do? (Mogaraku)
All of my guys are ballers
All my ladies too (My ladies)
All of my ladies too, ah
Pull up to the pool party
Afelo faji tori aowaleku
Na me order the azul (Bayanni)

{Verse 3: Bayanni}
Pull up in a brand new Beamer, eh
Know the money be like river, eh
Who? Dey no get liver, eh
Who? Ain’t nobody bigger, eh
Talo be, talo be, talo fe te
Tati fah esss, pelu shekpe
Yeah we came with the spray and the pepper
Spray and the pepper, yeah

{Verse 4: Magixx}
You know say we no be regular
Na we dey give them the gbedu now
We keep it hot like the summer
We bring all the drama
We burst up their medulla (Uh-uh, uh)

When want to the party
Bring like twenty baddies
When we show the place
New designers, we be steady shinin’
Everything I get, omo na God grace

{Chorus: Crayon & LadiPoe}
Oluwa egba mi
Koma wole, kope wole
Egba mi
Make my blessings no seize (Yes)
Kope wole (Yeah, uh), a sha ti de
Egba mi

{Verse 5: LadiPoe}
They underrated me
That thing they say to me
Rap no sell ’til them start to pay money
Now they come back with a track to play for me
To get me on that need an application fee
This track was made for me

Pastor pray for me
‘Cause me I no know where this high has taken me
You for like park on the chart no vacancy
We want it all now fuck waitin’ patiently

{Verse 6: Ayra Starr}
Step in’a the room and the energy
wey me carry enter, olewu
Sabi never lose you know when
I dish am them go chop am, belleful
Otilo, it’s far gone
Them no fit to fathom

Nothing close to random
No dey beg your pardon
Eh, eh, eh
To the left, to the right,
dribble them like e Messi
Eh, eh, eh
All your girls and your
boys them dey crush on my body
Eh, eh, eh
And I move with God, so victory is certain
Eh, eh, eh
They got nothing on me

{Pre-Chorus: Rema}
Won da mo (Won da mo)
Atin lo (Atin lo)
Otilo (Otilo)
Oti nlo (Oti nlo), mhm-oh
Owo nlo (Owo nlo)
Owo nbo (Owo nbo)
Won da mo (Won da mo)

{Chorus: Crayon}
Oluwa egba mi
Koma wole, kope wole
Egba mi
Make my blessings no seize
Kope wole, a sha ti de
Egba mi

{Outro: Johnny Drille}
I’m on the leadin’ side
My people sure me die
Family for life (And keep my guys for life)
And nobody can dim our shine
We win till the end of time
Laho wowo
Oluwa egbami oh

That’s Mavin Won Da Mo lyrics

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Mavin Won da mo lyrics is to show that Mavin Records has come a long way among Record Labels in Africa.

If there were a list of the Top 10 Record Labels in Nigeria, Mavin Records would definitely be number one.

It is therefore not surprising that Won da mo lyrics Mavin focuses on cheering themselves on for a job well done and for sticking together to produce such a record label that is such a record to reckon with.


Rema opens Won da mo lyrics By Mavin and enforces how they are so steady with working hard, making amazing records and enjoying the good life while serving listeners with amazing tunes.

He says he is always enjoying himself and that his bullion van is the way to go. He then proceeds into the chorus to say that people know them because of their prowess, because of their power and because they are formidable.

Mavin won da mo lyrics

The chorus of Won da mo by Mavin is so applaudable because that part makes the song very catchy- like so catchy.

Boy Spyce

By the time Boy Spyce comes in with his version of Mavin Won da mo lyrics, we are already so obsessed with his voice and his dexterity!

His lyrics on Won da mo by Mavin is also majorly about enjoyment and how they are going to the pool party to enjoy themselves


Can we just applaud Bayanni for his verse on Won da mo? Mavin Won da mo lyrics was highly exalted by Bayanni and his really cool verse when he talks about them having a whole life in front of them and then smoking “shepe” The way he gets very dynamic with that part is noteworthy.

Crayon did justice in assisting the chorus on Won da mo. Such a huge talent!

It’s Magixx’s amazing delivery and rhyme on Mavin Won da mo lyrics that makes his verse stand out!

Won da mo lyrics Mavin

Ladipoe always delivers!

And on Won da Mo lyrics by Mavin, he brought all his balls. He says that the amazing records they have made as a team, and individually has made them be at the forefront because they are such amazing artists that just can’t stop making hit songs! His rap on Won da mo is also crazy- just applaudable.

Ayra Starr
The queen herself! Ayra Starr made Won da mo a classic.

By the time she sets in with Mavin Won da mo of her own version, we are getting Goosebumps already as she says “Stepping in the room the energy I carry o lewu!”

Her comparisons and metaphors are absolutely breathtaking.

Johnny Drille

Johnny with the voice of an angel! His voice rounding off Mavin Won da mo lyrics sounds like honey and it caresses the ears so much.

It is the perfect way to end Won da mo

Stream Won da mo by Mavin Records here

About Mavin Records

Michael Collins Ajereh (born 26 November 1982), known professionally as Don Jazzy, is a Nigerian record producer. He is the founder and the CEO of Mavin Records.

Don Jazzy was co-owner of the now-defunct Mo’ Hits Records record label with D’banj

Mavin Records (also known as the Supreme Mavin Dynasty) is a Nigerian music corporation record label founded by record producer and recording artist Don Jazzy on 8 May 2012. The label’s inception came to fruition following the closure of Mo’ Hits Records, a record label owned by the aforementioned producer and D’banj.

The label is home to recording artists such as Korede Bello, Dr SID, D’Prince, Di’Ja, Johnny Drille, Ladipoe, DNA Twins, Rema, Ayra Starr, Magixx, Boy Spyce, Bayanni. It also houses producers such as Jazzy himself, Altims,London and Baby Fresh.

In 2014, DJ Big N became the label’s official disc jockey.

Tiwa Savage, Wande Coal, Reekado Banks and Iyanya were all formerly signed to the label.

On 8 May 2012, the label released its compilation album Solar Plexus.

In January 2019, Mavin Records secured a multi-million dollar investment from Kupanda Holdings, a subsidiary of Kupanda Capital and TPG Growth.

Mavin Records started as a result of D’banj’s departure from Mo’ Hits. Prior to commenting on D’banj’s exit from Mo’ Hits, there were allegations that D’banj signed over Mo’ Hits to Don Jazzy.

In an interview with Sunday Punch, Don Jazzy addressed D’banj’s departure from Mo Hits, saying, “We were working together and all was going on well. It got to a point where I looked at the situation and we both decided that it was not working and we had to move on”. Don Jazzy alluded to being hesitant of a name change.

According to BellaNaija, the term “Mavin” describes someone who is gifted and skilled in any field.

Upon establishing the rebranded record label, Don Jazzy said he sees Mavin Records being the power house of music in Africa in the shortest possible time.

After rebranding Mo’ Hits to Mavin, Don Jazzy signed Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage. Pulse Nigeria reported that Jazzy admires the singer’s work ethic and drive.

Pulse Nigeria also reported that Mavin Records signed producers Aluko “Altims” Timothy and Sunday “BabyFresh” Enejere.

On 7 May 2012, the record label launched its official website and the Mavin league, a social networking site designed to cater to their fans worldwide.

Don Jazzy signed endorsement deals with Samsung and Loya Milk after establishing the label; Tiwa Savage also signed an endorsement deal with Pepsi. Within a year of becoming a revamped brand, the record label released “Take Banana” and “Oma Ga” as singles from its debut compilation album Solar Plexus.

In February 2014, Don Jazzy signed Di’Ja, Reekado Banks and Korede Bello to Mavin Records a week after each other.

On 25 February 2015, Don Jazzy and Tiwa Savage both signed endorsement deals with

On 31 October 2016, several media outlets in Nigeria reported that Iyanya signed a record deal with Mavin Records. Both Iyanya and Don Jazzy confirmed the report on Instagram.[19] On 28 February 2017, Don Jazzy announced the signings of Johnny Drille, Ladipoe and DNA to Mavin Records.

In March 2019, he also announced the signing of Rema to Mavin.

On 31 May, Mavin unveiled the signing of Crayon.

The next day, the record label released the collaborative single “All is in Order”.

On 21 January 2021, the label unveiled the signing of Ayra Starr an 18-year-old female afropop singer.

In 2004, Don Jazzy collaborated with D’Banj to form Mo’ Hits Records. In the next two years, Don Jazzy produced the albums No Long Thing and Rundown/Funk You Up. Around this time, Don Jazzy developed a recognisable introduction, “It’s Don Jazzy Again!”

On 7 May 2012, Don Jazzy announced a new record label, Mavin Records. He said, “I see Mavin Records being the power house of music in Africa in the shortest possible time.

“On 8 May 2012, he released an album featuring the artists signed to his label.

The songs on the album included: “Amarachi”, “Forever”, “Oma Ga”, “Take Banana and Chocolate”, “YOLO” and the anthem “I’m a MAVIN”. Mavin records signed the vocalist, Tiwa Savage. Don Jazzy built a social network platform called “Marvin League” to complement and market his label.

In 2011, Don Jazzy was employed by Kanye West as a producer at Very Good Beatz. Don Jazzy worked with Jay-Z and Kanye West on the production of Lift Off, featuring Beyoncé on the album Watch The Throne which was released on 8 August 2011.

In March 2012, Don Jazzy and D’Banj confirmed their breakup citing artistic differences.

In 2000, Jazzy’s uncle invited him to play the drums for a local church in London and that was his first visit to London.

Don Jazzy gained employment at McDonald’s as a security guard. He continued his interest in music, associating with Solek, JJC Skillz, Kas, Jesse Jagz, The 419 Squad and D’Banj.

Don Jazzy was born Micheal Collins Ajereh in Umuahia, Abia State, on 26 November 1982, the son of Collins Enebeli Ajereh and Mrs Ajereh. His father is from Isoko in Delta State.

His mother was an Igbo princess from Abia state and his father is a member of the Isoko people.

Ajereh’s family moved to Ajegunle, Lagos, where Don Jazzy was raised.

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