Olamide – Oil & Gas: audio, lyrics, reactions

Olamide – Oil & Gas: audio, lyrics, reactions

Olamide – Oil & Gas was released on May 9th, 2019 and is already doing rounds online. The tune is fast becoming a banger that a lot of people are identifying with. Chance are that this fame will be rising in the coming days, which will not be surprising.

Olamide – Oil & Gas

Image: facebook.com, @olamide
Source: Instagram

Olamide may be a great artist that does not disappoint every time he works on a jam as fans always seem to love it. This new audio is a perfect example of this. The jam has an addictive ring to it, with the beats pushing everyone on their feet in response. You will be pushed to move your body as you respond to the sound. Check out the following details about the hit.

Olamide – Oil & Gas description

  • Released: 9th May 2019
  • Genre: Afrobeat
  • Format: Available in audio
  • Time: 3:16 minutes

Lyrics to Olamide's Oil & Gas hit

Like all other addictive tunes, you want to sing along to the words and not just hum or mumble when it plays. Even as you hit the replay button and take to the floor to show off your moves, make sure that you can actually sing the words out. Fortunately, all you need to do is master the lyrics. Do not be the individual who just repeats the trending slang in the song, “Enu gbe” which means 'mouth dry'.

[Intro]

Igbe, igbe, igbe gbe gbe, igbe,

Egbe, egbe, egbe gbe gbe egbe

[Chorus]

Oga mi enu gbe, (Oga mi enu gbe)

Ore mi enu gbe, (Ore mi enu gbe)

Alaye enu gbe, (Alaye enu gbe)

Walai enu gbe, (Walai enu gbe)

Owo wa lowo yin, (Owo wa lowo yin)

E je ka bayin na, (E je ka bayin na)

Epo wa lowo yin, (Epo wa lowo yin)

E je ka bayin la, (E je ka bayin la)

E le nawo yi tan, (E le nawo yi tan)

E le l’epo yen tan, (E le l’epo yen tan)

E le nawo yi tan, (E le nawo yi tan)

E le l’epo yen tan, (E le l’epo yen tan)

Owo wa lowo yin, (Owo wa lowo yin)

E je ka ba yin na, (E je ka ba yin na)

Epo wa lowo yin, (Epo wa lowo yin)

E je ka ba yin la, (E je ka ba yin la)

[Verse 1]

Tony Elumelu, (Tony Elumelu)

Wa bami jo s’ilu, (Wa bami jo s’ilu)

Femi Otedola, (Femi Otetete)

E na mi ni dollar, (E na mi ni dollar)

Asiwaju Jagaban, (Asiwaju Jagaban)

Ghana must go bag, (Ghana must go bag)

Oba Elegushi, (Oba Elegushi)

E na mi n kukushi, (E na mi n kukushi)

Asiwaju ti binu, (Asiwaju ti binu)

Won ni mi o mo law, (Won ni mi o mo law)

Won ni ki ye gbe Ghana must go wa s’ile awon ni bourdillon, (ni bourdillon)

Omo Omo bullion van, (Omo bullion van)

Ni won fi gbe wa fun mi, (Ni won fi gbe wa fun mi oo)

Dapo Abiodun, (Dapo Abiodun)

Oyibiribiri kan mi, (Oyibiribiri kan mi)

[Chorus]

Oga mi enu gbe, (Oga mi enu gbe)

Ore mi enu gbe, (Ore mi enu gbe)

Alaye enu gbe, (Alaye enu gbe)

Walai enu gbe, (Walai enu gbe)

Owo wa lowo yin, (Owo wa lowo yin)

E je ka bayin na, (E je ka bayin na)

Epo wa lowo yin, (Epo wa lowo yin)

E je ka bayin la, (E je ka bayin la)

E le nawo yi tan, (E le nawo yi tan)

E le l’epo yen tan, (E le l’epo yen tan)

E le nawo yi tan, (E le nawo yi tan)

E le l’epo yen tan, (E le l’epo yen tan)

Owo wa lowo yin, (Owo wa lowo yin)

E je ka bayin na, (E je ka bayin na)

Epo wa lowo yin, (Epo wa lowo yin)

E je ka bayin la, (E je ka bayin la)

[Verse 2]

Eyan Shina Peller, (Eyan Shina Peller)

My honourable, (My honourable)

MC Musuliu, (MC Musuliu)

Eyin lenu daku, (Eyin lenu daku)

Ibd Dende, (Ibd Dende)

Afun ni mawo be, (Afun ni mawo be)

Seyi Tinubu, (Seyi Tinubu)

Ogo Lagos, oun lo’ju eko, (oun lo’ju eko)

O mo Kunle Poly, (O mo Kunle Poly)

O mo 1805, (O mo 1805)

O mo igbalode, Gucci Gucci eyan Hushpuppi, (Eyan Hushpuppi)

Awa la ni Lagos, (Na we get this Lagos)

Eyin le ni’le yin, (Eyin le ni Lekki)

O mo Dangote, Cement won ni won’fi kole yin *Omo Ase*

[Chorus]

Oga mi enu gbe, (Oga mi enu gbe)

Ore mi enu gbe, (Ore mi enu gbe)

Alaye enu gbe, (Alaye enu gbe)

Walai enu gbe, (Walai enu gbe)

Owo wa lowo yin, (Owo wa lowo yin)

E je ka bayin na, (E je ka bayin na)

Epo wa lowo yin, (Epo wa lowo yin)

E je ka bayin la, (E je ka bayin la)

E le nawo yi tan, (E le nawo yi tan)

E le l’epo yen tan, (E le l’epo yen tan)

E le nawo yi tan, (E le nawo yi tan)

E le l’epo yen tan, (E le l’epo yen tan)

Owo wa lowo yin, (Owo wa lowo yin)

E je ka bayin na, (E je ka bayin na)

Epo wa lowo yin, (Epo wa lowo yin)

E je ka bayin la, (E je ka bayin la)

[Outro]

Eh e eeeeeeee ee……

Maintain bi to Olu,

Koye jo yahooze,

To ba Sanwo Olu,

Wa sha san wo toll gate

Maintain bi to Olu,

Koye jo yahooze,

To ba Sanwo Olu,

Wa sha san wo toll gate, Ye!

The End!

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This hit tune is all about calling out on the biggest Oil and Gas dealers, Godfathers, and Philanthropies in the country for Love and Raba.

Reactions and review

Olamide – Oil & Gas

Image: instagram.com, @olamide
Source: Instagram

With such a danceable song and an artist like Olamide bringing it forth, the tune has sure attracted a lot of views from fans and viewers. If YouTube and other social media sites are anything to go by, it would be safe to say that it is already doing really well. The following are a few sampled comments from different sites.

  • Mola mola: You will be rich one day hit the like button if you agree
  • Bisi Blaze: Translation for the non yorubas. Oga mi enu gbe - Boss man. My mouth is dry. Also means I don't have money. Owo wa lowo yin - money dey your hand. Eje ka ba yin no - make we help you spend am (lets help you spend it). Epo wa lowo yin - Oil money dey your hand (money from petroleum). Eja ka bayin la - Make we help you lick am. Again still means lets spend it together. My fingers are tired. Figure out the rest lol.
  • ENOGUESEGHAHU OSAYANDE: ONE THING I LOVE ABOUT OLAMIDE IS LITERALLY HIMSELF THERE IS NON LIKE HIM AND HIS MUSIK
  • Dovski sk: Nice beat... But I don't yoruba language...so bro, try and be missing it with English... Thanks
  • Ope Yemi: Street is on with this hot track from Baddo
  • Jimmy Jimmy: Honestly,Olamide is loosing it..What’s this??? Olamide is now hailing looters and Nigeria elites smh!! Anyway!! The rise and fall of Olamide
  • liltwist osas: First to comment,olamide on fire,oga mi enu gbe ..❤️❤️
  • official ManOfHisDreams: It's all about money.... Still praising the corrupt leaders 

From YouTube comments, it is clear that there are mixed reactions and feelings about the tune. There are those that appreciate the song for its beats and lyrics, while others feel that it is up to standard. Either way, the song is receiving a considerable amount of traffic, which is a positive thing.

Twitter comments

Olamide – Oil & Gas

Image: twitter.com, @olamide_ybnl
Source: UGC

From the above comments, it is clear that the appreciation for this jam is legit. People seem to love it, and nothing can change that any time soon.

Olamide – Oil & Gas

Image: twitter.com, @olamide_ybnl
Source: UGC

Nothing but more love.

Olamide – Oil & Gas

Image: twitter.com, @olamide_ybnl
Source: UGC

This is what die-hard fans of Olamide do, show him maximum support.

Olamide – Oil & Gas is one song that will be provoking a lot of views online and offline. Either way, the audio has already given fans the desire for more.

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