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DJB Tesojue @djbtesojue – Otigbeu (By_DJBTesojue)



DJB Tesojue

DJB Tesojue’s full name is  Adeboye Akorede , he is a native of Ogun State but was born and raised in Oshodi Lagos. He has been a disk jockey for 14 years and has been writing songs for about 18 years, he has worked with diffrent artiste, over 35 of them and still going to work with artiste.
Right now he is out with someting fresh out of the box and it’s a song full of messages that talks about the situations of our country and the hard way of a ghetto boy trying to survive.
The song is called “Otigbeu” which has been creating a lot of controvercies with its meaning, so otigbeu simply means “everyting is now okay after so much pain for years”

Derrick Asare is an Editor for Xbitgh. He love Music, going to the movies, making friends, web designer, computer science major.

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Yaa Pono Ft Stonebwoy – Obia Wone Master (Shatta Diss)



Yaa Pono Ft Stonebwoy - Obia Wone Master

And the song, we’ve all been waiting for is finally here… Yes, I’m talking about the song ‘Obiaa Wo Ne Master’–Remember the cover art for the song inundated the Social media space and because Yaa Pono was featuring Stonebwoy on it, it was obvious that it was going to be a diss song for Shatta Wale and now that we’ve heard it, we never thought wrong at all.

Yaa Pono features Stonebwoy on this one ‘Obiaa Wo Ne Master’ and listening to the lyrics of the song, Stonebwoy wanted to let Shatta Wale know that he is his master, so he gotta give him that respect.

Stonebwoy describes himself as an Ayigbe Mafia in the song and goes ahead to sing lyrics like:

“You see the difference be say, I am born to lead, wey you are born to follow, Ayigbe mafia, yaro zongo.”

“Me I dey do, dem dey follow”

And oh, another line to give that hint that this song is a reaction to Shatt Wale’s  ‘Shito’ song, listen to the part Stonebwoy says:

“Pepper dem be the shito…..” (says some Ewe, need an Ewe friend to translate that for me)

“Are you my co-equal?”…..(another Ewe line comes in again,…..urrrrgh, now I need an Ewe girlfriend…lol)

Then the chorus comes in… “Obiaaa wo ne master”

Whoa!! You’ve got to listen to this song right about now below and share your thoughts on it with us.

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