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Asake and Burna Boy: Olamide announces collaboration

Asake and Burna Boy: Olamide announces collaboration

Asake and Burna Boy collaboration

YBNL Boss, Olamide has announced a collaboration between fast-rising singer Asake and Grammy Award-winning singer Burna Boy.

Asake has been signed to YBNL record for some months now and has enjoyed a successful ride with the release of his hit single “Omo Ope ft Olamide and his EP- “Ololade”.

It appears that the collaboration between Burna Boy and Asake is a remix of one of Asake’s song “Sungba” off his debut EP- “Ololade”.

After the release of Asake’s EP, “Sungba”, a song off the EP, stood off as people enjoyed it more.

This is the reason it is having a remix with Burna Boy. Earlier, Olamide posted a picture of the song recording and it showed that Burna Boy was on the song.

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After the announcement of collaboration between Asake and Burna Boy, Twitter users took to their handles to express absolute excitement about the collaboration.

burna boy and asake collaboration
Source: Twitter/Olamide

We can’t wait for the collaboration between Asake and Burna Boy! When the song is released, best be assured we will be here to notify you!

Asake Sungba lyrics

Unaka sungbalaja, no dey waste time, oh na
Me, I wan fire bazooka, oh na
Mr. Money no dey waste time (Mr. Money no dey waste time)
Mr. Money want to ease your mind (Mr. Money want to ease your mind)
Say, baby toh fine no dey too shy, Unaka (gb’ese jo)

Sh’on whine mi ni?
Mr. Money no dey waste time (Mr. Money no dey waste time)
Mr. Money want to ease your mind (Mr. Money want to ease your mind)

Hello (joor, joor, joor)
You carry baka like ah Philo’, Philo’ (you carry baka like ah Philo’)
Omo jeka fo, no go dey ghost oh (omo jeka fo, no go dey ghost oh)
Eru t’ogbe wo ten kilo, kilo (eru t’ogbe wo ten kilo, kilo)
K’oma tingaza, k’oma tingaza (hello)
Chinaza eyan Falapa

I gat her from Osapa
Fun ni bulala, nishe lo jaapa
Nishe lo jaapa (jaapa)
Omo aje butter lofi mi gapa (gapa)

I no like nonsense, oya, ko bo’ta (ko bo’ta)
I no like nonsense, oya, ko bo’ta, bo’ta (ko bo’ta)
Nishe lo jaapa (jaapa)
Omo aje butter lofi mi gapa (gapa)
I no like nonsense, oya, ko bo’ta (ko bo’ta)
I no like nonsense, oya, ko bo’ta, bo’ta (ko bo’ta)

Sungba (‘Ge-‘Ge)
Sungbalaja, ja-ja, sungba (sungba)
Sungba, sungba, sungba (sungba)
Sungbalaja, ja-ja, sungba
Ololo so ya-ya, sungba (sungba)
Sungba, sungba, sungba (sungba)
Sungbalaja, ja-ja, sungba (sungba)
Sungba, sungba, sungba (sungba)
Ololo so ya-ya

Osaro, orobo sa
Osaro, orobo sa
Osaro, orobo sa
Osaro, orobo sa
Mr. Money with the vibe right now (right now)
Mr. Money with the vibe right now
Mr. Money with the vibe right now (right now)
Mr. Money with the vibe right now

Kerosene no dey sleep, I no dey sleep at all (Ohema romance)
Ohema, k’oma ropo-po ’cause I’m ready to spend
Ki baka re k’oma gbon gbon gbon
Make we Man United (make we Man U)
This your skin just dey glow, glow, glow
Baby, make we chill oh
Make we chill oh

Hello (joor, joor, joor)
You carry baka like ah Philo’, Philo’ (you carry baka like ah Philo’)
Omo jeka fo, no go dey ghost oh (omo jeka fo, no go dey ghost oh)
Eru t’ogbe wo ten kilo, kilo (eru t’ogbe wo ten kilo, kilo)
K’oma tingaza, k’oma tingaza (hello)

Chinaza eyan Falapa
I gat her from Osapa
Fun ni bulala, nishe lo jaapa
Nishe lo jaapa (jaapa)
Omo aje butter lofi mi gapa (gapa)

I no like nonsense, oya, ko bo’ta (ko bo’ta)
I no like nonsense, oya, ko bo’ta, bo’ta (ko bo’ta)
Nishe lo jaapa (jaapa)
Omo aje butter lofi mi gapa (gapa)
I no like nonsense, oya, ko bo’ta (ko bo’ta)
I no like nonsense, oya, ko bo’ta, bo’ta (ko bo’ta)

Sungba (sungba)
Sungbalaja, ja-ja, sungba (sungba)
Sungba, sungba, sungba (sungba)
Sungbalaja, ja-ja, sungba
Ololo so ya-ya, sungba (ololo so ya-ya, sungba)
Sungba, sungba, sungba (sungba)
Sungbalaja, ja-ja, sungba (sungba)
Sungba, sungba, sungba (sungba)
Ololo so ya-ya

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Asake’s “Ololade” Ep is impressive as a debut, but it’s not powerful enough. Here is why:

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Asake Ololade Ep Art Cover

“1)Trabaye”

Trabaye” starts well as an EP opener, and it’s slightly reminiscent of Olamide. it opens Asake’sOlolade” EP Well, but it is not the perfect EP opener, although it can be.

It sounds a little too rookie-like. The voice over is good, but there should have been more delivery on it. There is not much conviction in Asake’s voice as we would like to hear.

2) Sungba 

Sungba starts with the kind of powerful delivery that Asake should have had on “Trabaye“. Although Asake’s music is more fuji than afrobeats, it’s still fits a little into what people could listen to, to chill.

However, the glibs on this song are too much. It’s true that Fuji uses Glibs more than other genres, but there are too much glibs on this song that it becomes almost impossible to identify the theme of the song.

While Asake’s music fits between Fuji and Afrobeats, a spice from both is needed so Asake does not lose his afrobeats audience, because, in contemporary Afrobeats, lyricism is appreciated over glibs.

3) “Omo Ope” ft Olamide

Omo Olope” is the first single off Asake’s “Ololade” EP and the truth is, it’s a hit.

It is easily the best song off Asake’s “Ololade” EP, and this is because, there are not only appropriate lyrics to suit the song, the beat is on point, even the glibs are considerably appropriate.

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Of course, Olamide never loses his touch, not even for a moment. He spices the song all up with a mix of his glibs and Lyric and it’s so impressive!

4) “Baba God”

A song of appreciation to God. Even as an appreciation song, Baba God needs some improvements. The mixing and production leaves much to be desired. The lyrics are not entirely appealing enough.

Even the chorus which is supposed to sound catchy: “Some people want me to sober…but me I get Jehovah”. It rules out that Asake leaves all to God- that God is entirely responsible for him.

Asake’s “Ololade” Ep is a nice debut, but it’s not powerful enough. It shows that there is a lot of work that still needs to be done with the artist.

His genre is one in kind, which makes his sound even unique, but Asake needs to do much with Lyricism and song themes. Ololade EP shows that there is room for growth for Asake, and he needs to tune up his delivery and lyricism to match the attention around him.

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