- A Black American woman has expressed love for Wizkid's Ojuelegba song that was released in 2014 and became a hit
- The unidentified woman could be seen in her car showering encomium on the Grammy Award-winning singer for the song
- While driving, she sang the first part of the song beautifully well but couldn't sing her favourite part well
A Black American woman has warmed hearts on social media after gushing over Wizkid's old song Ojuelegba in a cute video.
After singing the first part of the song beautifully well, the unidentified woman sang her favourite part but didn't do justice to it.
According to the woman, she doesn't know what Wizkid is saying in that part but she totally agrees with him.
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In her words:
"I don't know what you're saying but I feel you. I feel you and I totally agree with you. Because whatever you're saying, you got a whole lot of passion behind it. I don't know what he's saying on that part, but that's my favourite part of that song."
Social media reacts
The video warmed hearts on social media and many soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
"music is a universal language.... I like ravvy from Tanzania even though I don’t understand what he’s singing."
"she murdered d song “ E kira fun mummy o ojoju mo Lon shey adura."
"Shey Na naija song she Dey sing or southy song?"
"music is life....period."
"The rhythm Dey her head , despite not knowing the lyrics. That’s the power of music."
"Wow this is lovely."
American rapper Snoop Dogg dances to Wizkid's song Essence in viral video
Legit.ng previously reported that fans of Grammy winner and superstar Ayodeji Balogun, popularly known as Wizkid, went wild with joy after American rapper Snoop Dogg was seen dancing to the Ojuelegba crooner's song Essence.
Snoop Dogg, in a video posted on Twitter by @MHDee06, shared the moment he was having a nice time on his Instagram live stream on Saturday, April 17.
The clip garnered lots of views with many praising the Joro crooner for his Essence song - a track off his Made in Lagos album - which is loved beyond the shores of the country.