(+Lyrics + Translation) “Naira Marley,” Jo Dada Meaning and Lyrics Translation 

Music Review: Jo dada by Naira Marley

Jodada is a song by Nigerian singer and songwriter, Naira Marley. Jodada is a Yoruba word in Nigeria that means “dance well.”

What is the song Jo dada by Naira Marley all about?

Naira Marley in the song “Jodada,” shows readiness to spray dollars on any lady with dance skills. The dance skills however must be s-xually provocative.

What do you all think?

Jo dada by Naira Marley Lyrics Translation

Intro

Booty Quaking

Ah!

Marlians, Marlians

Marlian

Niphkeys, Niphkeys

Chorus/Intro

T’oba jo dada (t’oba jo dada), o ma gba dollar (o ma gba dollar) (If you dance well, you will receive dollar.)

T’oba jo dada (t’oba jo dada), o ma gba naira (o ma gba naira) (If you dance well, you will receive naira.)

T’oba jo dada (t’oba jo dada), o ma gba rubber (o ma gba rubber) (If you dance well, you will receive rubber.)

T’oba jo dada (t’oba jo dada), mo ma shey normal (mo ma shey normal) (If you dance well, I will behave normally.)

Verse 1

Baby twerk to the left and twerk to the right

I mean, twerk to the hmm and bang

Baby, you got the face and you got the a$s

I mean, you got the whole shebang

Oh my, oh my days, see that yansh

Make me want to spend my cash

Whine am fast, whine am slow

Whine pon the ting, baby, go down low

Chorus

Moni t’oba jo dada (t’oba jo dada), o ma gba dollar (o ma gba dollar) (If you dance well, you will receive dollar.)

T’oba jo dada (t’oba jo dada), o ma gba dollar (o ma gba dollar) (If you dance well, you will receive dollar.)

T’oba jo dada (t’oba jo dada), o ma gba dollar (o ma gba dollar) (If you dance well, you will receive dollar.)

T’oba jo dada (t’oba jo dada), o ma gba dollar (o ma gba dollar) (If you dance well, you will receive dollar.)

Verse 2

Sh’ondun e, abi, o dun mo e? (Is it paining you or it is sweetening you?)

Hello, come closer, sun mo mi (Move close to me.)

Dance and I’ll spray you money

Shake, shake, shake that a$s for me

Got respect for girls you see

Let me confess, mo like idi (idi) (Let me confess, I like bvm)

Compress the back (idi)

Toh round, toh curve, fresh idi (hello) (That is fresh, that is curve; fresh bvm)

Am I communicating?

Do you understand me?

I need you around me

Iwo nikan l’oma n high me (You alone intoxicate me.)

Marlian dance, Marlian twerk, Marlian gb’ese, tesumole (Marlian dance, twerk, lift your leg, and step the devil.)

Marlian j’aye, Marlian happy, Marlian j’aye lo, ko f’oshi (Marlian enjoy life, be happy, keep enjoying life; I don’t want nonsense.)

Chorus

Moni t’oba jo dada (t’oba jo dada), o ma gba dollar (o ma gba dollar) (If you dance well, you will receive dollar.)

T’oba jo dada (t’oba jo dada), o ma gba dollar (o ma gba dollar) (If you dance well, you will receive dollar.)

T’oba jo dada (t’oba jo dada), o ma gba dollar (o ma gba dollar) (If you dance well, you will receive dollar.)

T’oba jo dada (t’oba jo dada), o ma gba dollar (o ma gba dollar) (If you dance well, you will receive dollar.)

Outro

Jo dada, gba dollar, bo trouser, bo pata (Dance well, get dollar, take off your trouser, take off your pant.)

Fun n’ number, gba number (Give him/her your number, collect the number.)

Funje n’be, k’oma je’omo (Give him/her to eat out of it, and shouldn’t eat out of it anyomre.)

O le f’apa jo, o le f’ese jo (You can use your hand to dance it, you can use your leg to dance it.)

O le bere jo but o ma pay ko f’idi jo (You can bend and dance to it, but, it would be better if you use your bum to dance to it.)

Spirit mix

Watch the video for the song “Jo dada,” by Naira Marley below

Duration: 2 minutes 24 seconds

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