- While Nigerian afrobeat seems to be spreading around the world like a virus, fuji music is also loved the same
- An emerging video has shown a white man jamming to a popular Yoruba song by fuji musician K1 De Ultimate
- The passionate manner in which the white man vibed hard to the song sent social media users into a frenzy
A video of a white man vibing hard to a popular song by fuji legend King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal popularly known as K1 De Ultimate has surfaced on the net.
To fuji and Yoruba music lovers, Faze 3, a song off the album of singer K1 is special not only in its tune but in the prayers its lyrics contain.
In a short video shared by @kc_k1deultimate, the white man faced a camera as he gesticulated the lyrics of the song.
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He could also be heard singing the song aloud while it played in the background.
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The manner in which his hand movements went showed he has a great understanding of the song's lyrics.
Watch the video below:
Social media reactions
Netizens still sure love the song, as seen in their reactions.
"Ota oni yo eh Oyibo."
"Real Fuji music God bless k1."
"God bless K1 de ultimate always."
"Which kind oyinbo be dis? ."
"I so much love this song,one of the lyric of k1 that always come to my mouth."
Oyinbo man turns Ameno Dorime track into a Yoruba song
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that an Oyinbo man had stunned netizens after he turned a popular Ameno Dorime track into a Yoruba song.
In the video, he showed he took up the challenge of someone who asked him to do the song while speaking the Yoruba language.
Dressed in agbada and a cap, the man sat behind a piano and microphone as he went to work. Playing the popular Ameno tune, he sewed some Yoruba words together and made them go with the beat.
Even though he tried hard to make his pronunciation right, his performance was not in any way less sterling.