- A young white lady stirred massive reactions online with the way she sang Asake's new song, PBUY online
- Many Nigerians who praised her wondered how she learnt the lyrics so fast when they are still trying to master it
- There were those who said she won their hearts by singing a track they really love despite not being Nigerian
An Oyinbo lady whose TikTok page is filled with videos of her singing popular Nigerian songs has done again in a new clip.
The lady sang Asake's Peace Be Unto You (PBUY) word for word without skipping anything. She danced along on her car seat.
She is good
Her pronunciation of the Yoruba words in the song is very commendable. There were people who said she learnt the songs so fast, considering the fact that PBUY just got released.
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The lady's comment section has Nigerians praising her mastery of the song's lyrics.
Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has gathered thousands of views with over 200 comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
Sheikh-Sanusi Salisu said:
"babe, try come to Lagos oo..."
"I’m coming soon."
"How did you learn the lyrics before me."
"as the song drop you posted it nice one."
Temple Bright said:
"Because I love my brothers song I will follow you lol."
Peter Piro said:
"How do you master this so quick."
"i love this, look gorgeous pretty."
"Dis one shock me oooo."
"See as you dey speak my language."
"Lyrics way I still dey try to memorize at least two lines, omoo u too much o."
Another foreigner sang Yoruba song
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a white man in her video shared by Bukky Wright that went viral showed off his fuji singing skill as he mentioned every of the Yoruba words in Pasuma's Choices song without missing any.
In Yoruba, he sang how no matter what one is going through now, things will still become sufficient in the future.
As he sang along to Pasuma's song, the white man accompanied his performance with his hands to show people he really understood what he was saying.