Wizkid “Machala Lyrics by Carterefe ft Berri Tiga
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Wizkid “Machala Lyrics by Carterefe ft Berri Tiga

Wizkid Machala lyrics

Here is Machala Lyrics by Carterefe ft Berri Tiga

Carterefe Machala lyrics ft Berri Tiga

Machala Lyrics Carterefe ft Berri Tiga

{Intro}
I no wan like any girl again for this life
I no wan like any girl
I wan, I wan, I wan
I wan jus dey like Wizkid, Machala
“Machala”

{Verse 1}
Fresh and clean, we looking
We nor dey fight (We nor dey fight)
Man no send nobody
I dey live my life
If you not talking money
No go call my line
Man jus wan dey happy
Man wan dey alright

{Chorus}
Haaaa, gat me looking like Machala o
I jam Wizkid for Ghana o
When I dance like makosa
People dey craze for Instagram

Gat me looking like Machala o
I jam Wizkid for Ghana o
When I dance like makosa
People dey craze for Instagram

Machala Machala
Machala Machala
Machala Machala
Machala Machala

Machala Machala
Machala Machala
Machala Machala
Machala Machala

{Verse 2}
Won ni won wa mi
San Fransisco, Germany
Me nor dey send nobody
Smoking Lawd and I’m making Kudi
Tell me what I gain
If money no dey for my lane
Sapa for don dey whine me tey
Pop Pop pass make
you pass rosey, pass rosey

{Chorus}
Haaaa, gat me looking like Machala o
I jam Wizkid for Ghana o
When I dance like makosa
People dey craze for Instagram

Gat me looking like Machala o
I jam Wizkid for Ghana o
When I dance like makosa
People dey craze for Instagram

Machala Machala
Machala Machala
Machala Machala
Machala Machala

Machala Machala
Machala Machala
Machala Machala
Machala Machala…..

That’s Machala lyrics by Carterefe ft Berri Tiga

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Lyricism

Wizkid Machala Lyrics talks about how Carterefe supposedly met Wizkid in Ghana and this inspired him to write a song about him.

Wizkid Machala lyrics is an ode to Wizkid to praise him for how big he is and how far he has come.

Machala Lyrics
Carterefe ft Berri Tiga

Wizkid Machala lyrics also talks about how the singer is greatly inspired by Wizkid and he is now supposedly looking like him because people accord him respect because he has met Wizkid.

Also, Wizkid Machala lyrics also speaks to how the singers are now making money because if they hadn’t been making money, one of them would probably not have met Wizkid and they would have lost that great opportunity.

Wizkid Machala lyrics points to how the guys have dedicated a whole song to him because he is simply one of the greatest to ever do it.

Machala lyrics indicate how Wizkid has gone international and how everyone wants to be like him. Like Wizkid, the singers want to be like Wizkid now and they can’t hide it.

It would seem that Wizkid Machala lyrics was brought out by the fact that the guys met Wizkid in Ghana and they probably asked his permission to sing “Machala” or they probably didn’t. 

Relatability

This song is relatable in ways that it sounds catchy and it is a song of adulation and credit to Wizkid.

I mean, we know they also did it to get streams from Wizkid fans, but the song is relatable in some ways.

Carterefe Machala lyrics
Carterefe

Machala lyrics for one, gives Wizkid the much needed respect on the song and how it has given them the needed energy to make their debut.

Also, Machala lyrics talk about how they want to “focus” like Wizkid and go global.

They “don’t want to like any girl” because girls are obviously distractions and they need to be like Wizkid- The Machala.

Also, these guys sound like a mashup of Zinoleesky and Rema, weird…

Delivery

Carterefe and Berri Tiga deliver this song and that’s what makes it more enjoyable apart from the lyrics.

Their delivery on this song is spanking, and it really helps the song. It increases the relay value of the song and inspires us to listen to the song as many times as we can.

Wizkid Machala lyrics
Wizkid

Flaw(s)

This writer is trying very hard to find a flaw with this song. However, Machala lyrics, as well as its delivery, makes this song sound like a jam.

True, it was made with Wizkid’s name, but it honestly sounds so good it might as well be a Wizkid song. The dancehall influence on this song is mad….

Rating

Delivery: 1.5/2

Lyricism: 1.4/2

Relatability: 1.3/2

Mixing and Production: 1.5/2

Replay Value: 1.6/2

☆Total: 7.3/10

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Background

Singer/songwriter Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun (aka Wizkid) is one of Nigeria’s biggest R&B crossover acts, having worked with Drake, Skepta, and Chris Brown, among others. He first found regional success in 2011 with the massively popular single “Holla at Your Boy,” which appeared on his debut album, Superstar.

Wizkid went global in 2016 after his collaboration with Drake, “One Dance,” soared to number one in 15 countries, resulting in a multi-album deal with , which issued his Caribbean-influenced major-label debut, “Sounds from the Other Side”, in 2017.

Balogun began his career in music when he was just 11 years old. His first record, Lil Prinz, was recorded in 2001 in collaboration with Glorious Five, a group consisting of Balogun and his friends from church.

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In 2006, he started pursuing music full-time, at first collaborating with various Nigerian pop acts including OJB Jezreel, Naeto C, and Banky W By 2011, he was ready to record his debut studio album as a solo artist; Superstar was released by Empire Mates Entertainment to great critical and public acclaim across Africa, propelling Wizkid to stardom in his home country.

After multiple delays and label disagreements, he released his sophomore studio album, “Ayo”, in 2014. The record featured a multitude of guest appearances, including a spot from Femi Kuti . It also featured Balogun’s global breakthrough track “Ojuelegba.”

Not only did the single cement his status as one of Nigeria’s biggest pop acts, it was also picked up and remixed by and , thrusting Wizkid into the international spotlight. In return, he appeared on Drake’s 2016 smash single “One Dance.”

In March 2017, Wizkid signed a major deal with RCA and Sony International , which would release his third LP, “Sounds from the Other Side”, later that year. A handful of singles appeared in advance of the album, including “Sweet Love” and the Drake assisted “Come Closer.”

In October 2018, Wizkid issued a pair of singles, “Master Groove” and “Fever,” to mark Nigeria’s Independence Day. The following year, he joined Beyonce and Saint Jhn for The Lion King: The Gift track “Brown Skin Girl” and released his own single, “Joro.”

The EP “Soundman Vol.1” was issued by Balogun’s “Starboy Entertainment” imprint in 2019. Following his involvement in the successful protests to scrap Nigeria’s controversial Special Anti-Robbery Squad, Wizkid’s fourth album, “Made in Lagos”, arrived in October 2020.

Credits~ Liam Martin, Rovi, Spotify

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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