Indigenous singer,Barry Jhay makes a comeback after the death of his friend and label boss with Ayewada. This is a follow up to his “Ori” released a few months back.
“Ayewada” is sung in indigenous yoruba as is peculiar with the artist and infused on Amapiano beats. On this track, the artist states that he does not have the time for rubbish;
Say No be you go tell me say na fish dey sardine
Say abi which one is this,
I believe what i see,
Omo I believe in doings
Won fe gbe mi ni Handicap, mo jaAbi e ri u’kan, AyewadaEmi se jeje o, mi o kanaTe ba de mi mo le, ma ja sha…
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