(+Lyrics + meaning + translation) Music review: Feel good by Mohbad

Mohbad is a Nigerian artist signed to Marlian record label, a record label owned by Naira Marley.

What is the song Feel good by Mohbad all about?

The word “Feel good,” means to be cheerful. 

Feel Good by Mohbad is an inspirational track. The artist inspires those that may be worried, downcast, and are about to give up, not to worry, but to keep thriving and be happy, cause things would certainly get better for them. 

He shares his experience with his fans, of how he lacked money, but worked hard, woke up early, went to churches, and did all sorts before his breakthrough came. Now, things have eventually turned around for him. He has money before, cars, and loads of properties. He is living in plenty and he feels so good. 

His enemies regardless of how they chase him, will never meet him or defeat him because his grace is automatic.

Lyrics to Feel good to Mohbad

Intro

Niphkeys

Niphkeys

Imole (Brightness)

Plenty enemy (Mohbad) Wey dey follow me (Plenty enemies that are following me.)

Maje k’o mumi ( Don’t let them get me.)

Even if na dime-minute (Even at the dime-minute.)

Chorus

Emi omo ghetto moti di aji lo moto (Me, a ghetto child, I have become one that wakes up to use a car.)

My grace na auto, automatic (My grace is automatic.)

Wonfe bami ya photo (They want to take a picture with me)

Emi ti gbera (On God) (I have taken off.)

Lati 4:30 (On God) (Since 4:30)

Won le, won ba ti (on God) (They chased me, but didn’t overtake me)

Won mu, won file (On God) (They caught me, but let me go.)

I drip on, jek’oduro (On pause) (I drip on, let it wait)

Imole (On God) (Brightness.)

O wa’le (On God) (You did not go down.)

(On God) 

Verse 1

Ah when I dey Ikorodu sapa mumi (When I was in Ikorodu, I was broke.)

Moma ronu, moma sukun (moma sukun) (I will be getting worried and be crying.)

Ehn, I don work tire I don pray tire (I have worked and prayed tirelessly.)

I don go Mountain of Fire (I have gone to Mountain of Fire.)

I know there is a day all my pains will go away

Mo de ma party all way (I will party all the way.)

I know there is a day all my pains will go away

Till then, I smoke it away

Pre-chorus

I feel good para-ran, para-ran (I feel good, so excited)

Omo iya mi malo ronu, ko para-ran, para-ran (My friend, don’t you worry, be excited.)

I feel good (para-ran) (I feel good, so excited.)

Chorus

Emi omo ghetto moti di aji lo moto (Me, a ghetto child, I have become one that wakes up to use a car.)

My grace na auto, automatic (My grace is automatic.)

Wonfe bami ya photo (They want to take a picture with me)

Emi ti gbera (On God) (I have taken off.)

Lati 4:30 (On God) (Since 4:30)

Won le, won ba ti (on God) (They chased me, but didn’t overtake me)

Won mu, won file (On God) (They caught me, but let me go.)

I drip on, jek’oduro (On pause) (I drip on, let it wait)

Imole (On God) (Brightness.)

O wa’le (On God) (You did not go down.)

(On God) 

Verse 2

Imole owale (Your brightness did not dim.)

B’ose n mule, lo se nje (He is making a hit as he is dropping it/ the numbers.)

Lati aye tipe tipe (For a long time.)

Imole owale (Your brightness did not dim.)

B’ose n mule, lo se nje (He is making a hit as he is dropping it/ the numbers.)

Lati aye tipe tipe (For a long time.)

Outro

Plenty enemies wey dey follow me (Plenty enemies that are following me.)

Maje k’o mumi (Imole) (Don’t let them get me.)

(Timi Jay on the track)

Duration: 2 minutes 55 seconds

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