Mr Eazi Feat. Mo-T – “Property” (MUSIC LYRICS & ENGLISH TRANSLATION)

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Mr Eazi Feat. Mo-T – “Property” (MUSIC LYRICS & ENGLISH TRANSLATION)

Your boy Eazi, comes through with another track, titled ‘Property’, featuring SA’s Mo-T on the trumpet. reelmp3.com brings you the Lyrics and English Translation, below.

(INTRO)

Your body be koko

It’s your boY Eazi

Din dandan din dindin

Zaga what? Zaga that!

(CHORUS)

Baby, all of my property; all of my property

I give you authoRity; I give you authority

If you go down like economy; economy

Baby, you go fall on me; fall on mE

(VERSE 1)

I would like to know whAt you want? Zaga that!

I would like to know what you need? Eh ehh ahhh

I will like to know your size?

So that when am shopping, I go dey buy am tight

Me, I no be aka-gum, I be generous

Me, I no go do you wrong like LazaruS

Baby, make we go jeje till the morning light

Me, I no dEy tight my hand ohhh

(CHORUS)

So, baby, all of my propertY- all of my Property

I give you authority; I give you authority

If you go doWn like economy; economy

Baby, you go fall on me; follow me; yeh yeh yea yea

 

(VERSE 2)

[Na money be koko]

Owo ni koko oH

[Your body be koko]

Yeah, body be koko oh

Baby walan golonbo; reelmp3.com

For your sake, I go walan go loko

From Naija, you dey disturb Soweto

Yeah, come make we go ToronTo, yeh yeh yeh

(CHORUS)

Baby, all of my Property; all of my PropertY

I give you auThority; I give you authority

If you go down like economy; economy

Baby, you go follow me; fall on me
Yeh yeh yea yea

(OUTRO)

Na money be koko

[MUSIC LYRICS & ENGLISH TRANSLATION]: Mr Eazi Ft. Mo-T – “Property”

We start from the INTRO, picking and translating the Yoruba & Igbo words. Here we go:

—> Your body be koko

: “koko” is Yoruba, and it means “vital / important / relevant”

—> Me, I no be aka-gum, I be generous

: “aka-gum” is Igbo, and it means “glued-fist / stingy”

—> Baby, make we go jeje till the morning light

: “jeje” is Yoruba, and it means “easy / jentle”

—> [Na money be koko]

:  – it is money that is important

—> Owo ni koko oh

: money is what’s important

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