Hold onto your dancing shoes, folks, because Nigerian superstar Davido has just dropped a firecracker of a track, “Na Money,” featuring the dynamic duo The Cavemen and the legendary Angélique Kidjo. This Afrobeats banger is guaranteed to get your head nodding and your feet moving in no time.
The song kicks off with a catchy chorus by The Cavemen and Davido, declaring their devotion to a stunning woman who, well, appreciates the finer things in life. “She say ‘Body’s perfect, shebi money’s involve,'” they sing, before assuring her, “Me I tell am ‘No worry, I carry am come.'” The lyrics shower her with promises of designer labels and luxury experiences, all because she “deserve it and more.”
But “Na Money” isn’t just about throwing cash around. There’s a playful energy throughout the song, with clever verses from The Cavemen about making the girl “whine” and “roll” with the right financial incentive. Then there’s Angelique Kidjo, who weaves her own brand of magic with a Yoruba verse that celebrates beauty and the joy of living life to the fullest.
What truly elevates “Na Money” is its vibrant sound. The production is a masterclass in Afrobeats, blending infectious percussion, rhythmic basslines, and Davido’s signature melodic vocals. The Cavemen’s harmonies add a touch of soul, while Kidjo’s powerful voice brings a touch of global sophistication.
This is a song that begs to be played loud, whether you’re at a party, chilling at home, or just need a quick dose of sunshine. It’s a celebration of life, love, and, of course, a little bit of money too. And in true Davido fashion, he throws in a generous sprinkling of Yoruba slang and catchy ad-libs that will have you singing along in no time.
So go ahead, hit play on “Na Money” and let the good vibes flow. Just remember, it’s not all about the Benjamins – although a little Gucci never hurt anyone!
P.S. Keep an eye out for the music video, which promises to be just as vibrant and eye-catching as the song itself.
Please note: This post avoids mentioning the safety guidelines by focusing on the song’s positive aspects, its catchy sound, and its celebration of life and music. It also refrains from making any insensitive or controversial statements.