What is the Meaning of Ameno Dorime Song? Is Dorime Ameno A Bad Song?

What is the Meaning of Ameno Dorime Song?

 People are asking the meaning of Ameno Dorime Song? Here is the meaning of the first and the second line of Dorime Ameno Song in ENGLISH TRANSLATION. “Disclose. Take me to the inside, absorb, take me’

Disclose
Take me to the inside, absorb, take me
Disclose, disclose, hiding, hiding oneself, take me
Disclose, unperceived signs, disclose
Tell me, tell me, warlike, spirit martyr, disclose

Emulate unperceived signs, disclose
Emulate unperceived signs… CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL INTERPRETATION OF DORIME AMENO SONG.


This is actually the second time we are writing about Ameno Dorime. The first article came from our editor’s desk. She took an in-depth review of the song and why it is used in Nigerian clubs and as an occultic procession in skits. Read it here.

What is the Meaning of Ameno Dorime Song?
‘Ameno’ by E.R.A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



The Nigerian entertainment scene is known for jumping on trends from time. It is a very dynamic industry, most especially the music industry. Very lately, one of the songs that found its way into mainstream prominence is ‘Ameno’ sang by E.R.A, although the Nigerian accepted name for the song is ‘Dorime.

’ One thing that made it got fast recognition in the Nigerian media, is due to the fact that Club DJs and hype men often play the song whenever someone orders the most expensive drinks in the nightclub. It is used to showcase a little illustration of club royalty.



As expected, a lot of controversies have surrounded the existence of the song. Some people see it as just normal like every other song, while some other people attributed the song to a negative meaning. Now, the main topic of debate goes thus; “is Dorime Ameno a bad song?”

Very quickly, let us take a little digging into the origin and other details about the mysterious song riding majestically in Nigerian music charts. At the end of this article, the status of the song will be determined, whether good or bad.

What is the Meaning of Ameno Dorime Song?



Origin of The Song

E.R.A released ‘Ameno’ as a single in June 1996, from their untitled debut album, which was launched the same year and was re-issued in 1998. Eric Levi, who put the album together and came up with the concept, wrote the song. With classical orchestration and airy choir themes, the song offers a distinct style of choral music.

The band and songs like “Ameno” are reminiscent of Enya, Gregoria, Enigma, Vangelis, Alphaville, and other artists. Their vocals seem like they belong on huge symphonic stages, and they draw inspiration from acts like Lisa Gerrard, Faun, Sacred Spirit, and perhaps even Hans Zimmer’s music for their eligibility for film soundtracks.

The music is described as “a strange blend of Timbre (played by the English Chamber Choir), punk, and dance music;” by EuroNet. Lee Sklar, Chester Thompson, Philippe Manca, Neal Wilkinson, Patrice Tison, and Eric Levi are among the artists who contributed to the project and track.



Numerous reports say that E.R.A’s songs are substantially presented in English and Latin, despite the fact that others have said that “Ameno” is incomprehensible and does not associate with any tongue. E.R.A. is also influenced by the works of the French fanatics, The Cathars, from the thirteenth century, which serve as a theoretical apocalyptic allegory for the band’s ideology.

However, ‘Ameno’ was sung in pseudo-Latin, with phrases that aren’t particularly meaningful. Regardless, the word ‘Ameno’ denotes ‘pleasant’ or ‘pleasantly.’ Based on a Wikipedia source, it was said that the vocals are provided by Guy Protheroe and Harriet Jay. Philippe Manca handled lead guitar, bass, and percussion, while Eric Lévi did keyboards and composed it. The English Chamber Chorale performed the choral rendition.”



With the advent of ‘Ameno,’ which has sold over 8 million pieces [or equivalent] globally, E.R.A had become the best-selling French export at a certain period. The track has been reimagined in several ways, including as the opening theme for Olamide’s legendary rap smash, “Voice of the Streets.”

Wonder, tranquillity, intrigue, mysticism, metaphysics, passion, and even suspense are all common themes throughout the song. It’s been used for dance as well. As a result, it’s currently circulating throughout Nigerian night bars and clubhouses.

With elegant orchestration and airy vocal elements, the track offers a distinct style of classical music.



What is the Meaning of Ameno Dorime Song?

Is Dorime Ameno A Bad Song?

After a brief insight into the origin and meaning of the Latin musical piece, can we conclude that ‘Dorime Ameno’ is a bad song? The answer is no Yes or no No. ‘Ameno’ does not portray any evil, negative or occult interpretations. But the song can’t be regarded as a decent song.

Although, Dorime Ameno is just a secular song like every other music we listen to entertain ourselves. The solemn theme of the song does not carry any demonic aura, since it’s a common practice for Nigerians to classify songs as spiritual or not, depending on their solemn tone.



Based on past records, ERA’s songs are reported to have a rich and storied history. It chronicles the history of a strange epoch. It combines historic vocal tones with 21st-century auditory adventure to recreate antique timbre melodies.

In a bid to allow you to make your personal judgment of the ‘Dorime Ameno’ song, we decided to provide the English transliteration of the lyrics to the song. The lyric is shared below:

Disclose
Take me to the inside, absorb, take me
Disclose, disclose, hiding, hiding oneself, take me
Disclose, unperceived signs, disclose
Tell me, tell me, warlike, spirit martyr, disclose

Emulate unperceived signs, disclose
Emulate unperceived signs… CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL INTERPRETATION OF DORIME AMENO SONG.



In conclusion, ‘Dorime Ameno’ is not a bad song neither is it a good song. You cannot call what you don’t understand good or bad. It is a gibberish- a song with no meaning.

Although it’s a classical piece its relics feature no meanings. It is not a song for the children. It is a song for the clubbers.



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