Boi Chase “Electricty” Refix Lyrics {Special Version}
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Boi Chase “Electricty” Refix Lyrics {Special Version}

Boi Chase Electricity refix lyrics.

Here is Electricity refix lyrics Special version by Boi chase

Electricity refix lyrics Boi Chase

Boi Chase ele
Shawty bend it over
Your body gat me coming Ku Lo Sa
I no go lie, girl over all the girls
I choose you
Cause I know
Your body do me like no one
Your body gimme love oh love Oh woah
You penalize my love oh woah

Ahh ah e, ah, hey
Shake ikebe, shey you go come online
Shake It, Girl don’t waste my time
Body way me I no lie
Move it o bae
Girl I hope you no go run me street
I no go lie cause I want more scene
And I go like do that tin

Ahh ah e, ah, hey
Shake it Uh
Shake it oh whao whao
Ugh

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Lyricism

Boi chase Electricity refix lyrics mainly speaks about how the guys are the light in their own lives and are the supposed electricity.

To an extent Boi chase Electricity refix lyrics does not hold back in showing that the guys are the only ones who could bring light to their own lives.

Although Boi chase Electricity refix lyrics does emphasize that the reason for this situation is that nobody signs off on you unless you sign off on yourself and believe in yourself first.

Electricity refix lyrics boi chase

Also, Boi chase Electricity refix lyrics explores how the singers are vibing and stating that life is not that deep, and that it’s all about a person’s mentality towards life.

At this point, Boi chase Electricity refix lyrics shows that while we hold on so much to life because of the many challenges, we need to keep our vibes on a certain frequency so we don’t get sucked in or get distracted.

Furthermore, Boi chase Electricity refix lyrics highlight how one must get money first before chasing money because while love is sweet, people should still get their finances stabilized first as that’s all that matters first and what will matter eventually.

That’s what Boi chase Electricity refix lyrics means.

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Relatability

This song almost lacks in Relatability, but it makes up for the part where it talks about love and why we should hustle to make money before jumping into relationships. This is very important, and to an extent, it makes the Electricity song relatable.

There is an amount of Relatability this brings that makes us understand the song and will probably improve the replay value of the song.

Boi Chase Electricity refix lyrics special version
Pheelz

Also, we begin to understand how the Electricity part in the song works because the guys claim the girl is the electricity in their life.

Meanwhile, the “shake it” hook makes the song memorable.

Delivery

Actually, Davido and Pheelz deliver Electricity well, at least to an extent, we get how they deliver the song to import the meaning of Electricity and how it correlates with the song.

We also see that there are some glibs in this song that makes it sound like more of a vibes song which is more of what the singers confess it is too.

Replay Value

This song has a replay value as viewed by the fans because while some may not find it relatable, the hook and glibs will attract many.

Rating

Delivery: 1.5/2

Lyricism: 1.2/2

Mixing and Production: 1.4/2

Replay Value: 1.1/1

Relatability: 1.2/2

☆Total: 6.4/10

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Profile

Phillip Kayode Moses (born 5 June 1994), better known as Pheelz, is a Nigerian record producer, singer and songwriter who has worked with several artists and musicians, such as Olamide and Tiwa Savage.

Born and raised in Lagos, Pheelz is credited to have produced all but one song on Olamide’s Baddest Guy Ever Liveth album.

In 2022, he had a hit with his song “Finesse“, a collaboration with Bnxn (formerly known as Buju).

Pheelz is a native of Ogun State, but he was born and raised in Ojo, a local government area in Lagos State. He started music as a 10 year old singer in church.

While in high school in Ajangbandi Afromedia, Pheelz attended ideal comprehensive high school and later he worked under I.D Cabassa at Coded Tunes, the record label where he met Olamide.

In 2011, he featured vocals in a song off Olamide’s Rapsodi album titled “I’m Going In”.

His breakthrough as a record producer came in 2012, when he produced the chart-topping singles by Olamide titled “First of All” and “Fucking with the Devil” off his YBNL album.

In 2013, Pheelz was listed in NotJustOk’s “Top 10 Hottest Producers in Nigeria”.

He produced all but one song on Olamide’s Baddest Guy Ever Liveth album, a move which made him gain grounds in the Nigerian music industry and won him a nomination at The Headies 2013.

In 2014, he was also nominated in the Producer of the Year category at the 2014 edition of The Headies and at the 2014 Nigeria Entertainment Awards.

Pheelz has gone on to produce and be credited in popular songs and albums including The Chairman by M.I, Ghetto University by Runtown and Seyi or Shay by Seyi Shay.

In 2014, Pheelz collaborated with COPILOT Music and Sound on a cover of Carlinhos Brown’s “Maria Caipirnha (Samba da Bahia)”.

The arrangement represented the musical instrumentation and styles of Nigeria for Visa’s “Samba of the World”, a digital campaign for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Pheelz was nominated and won the “Producer of the Year” category at The Headies 2020 edition.

In 2021 he released his debut EP Hear Me Out through Empire Distribution.

“One Life” was released as a single off the EP on 26 November 2020, with its lyric video following on 28 December 2020.

Motolani Alake of Pulse Nigeria wrote that it “excels on quality songwriting and good productions”.

Ikwuje Amos of Mp3bullet called Pheelz “very intentional on the EP”.

On 15 March 2022, he signed a record deal with Warner UK, shortly after his single “Finesse” became an international success, and earned him, his first career entry on the Billboard Global 200 at number 131, the TurnTable Top 50 at number 1, World Digital Song Sales at number 10, UK Afrobeats Singles Chart at number 1, and the UK Singles Chart at number 52.

Olayiide Bolaji is a writer at The Scoove Africa whose interests span in music and movies. He is also a freelance A&R personel.

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