- A young lady has shown off her rap skill as she worked with Omah Lay's Understand beat in a viral video
- People who were amazed at the lady's apt rhymes said she sounds like American Rapper Nicki Minaj
- There were also social media users who were of the opinion that stardom is not far away from her with the way she sings
A young lady popularly known as TyneeBee on social media has done a beautiful cover of Omah Lay's Understand song.
In a TikTok video shared by @chrisdanicomedy, the lady held up her phone and spat bars to the beat used for Understand.
She rapped like Nicki Minaj
Many people likened her vocal undulation and rhythmic pauses to Nicki Minaj. The young lady gesticulated well while singing.
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Speaking with Legit.ng on how family's reacted when her cover went viral, TyneeBee said:
"I've been doing music for roughly 6 years now... Although I've been on reports before but Legit is by far the biggest reporter hence the excitement from family and friends."
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 50,000 likes with hundreds of comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Someone better give her an Oscar."
"Continue to sing u will make it honestly."
Ken quote said:
"OMG YOU TOO GOOD MY DEAR."
"You amazing dear. keep it up."
"You got me wondering what you’d sound like on Nicki minaj -Good form."
"How can I have this cover coz u just nailed it."
Sahr David Toafian said:
"Oh my goodness, can't wait to celebrate you darling."
Wilhelm Ndakalako said:
"shuuu... you are my upcoming best artist girl push push girl... one-day will be you."
Nigerian man shows off rapping skill
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian musician showed just how creative young people could be in making entertainment out of random online trends.
Days ago, a video of women sing-praying to get husbands during a church service went viral. Many then were wowed at the relative absurdity.
In a new TikTok video, the Nigerian man did the song and turned it into a chorus for his rap. It was amazing. With his strong bars, he ran a beautiful commentary on desperate ladies praying for life partners.