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Buga Song By Kiss Daniel; Good or Bad?

Buga song, composed by Kizz Daniel otherwise known as Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe, and Tekno otherwise known as Austine Miles Kelechi is one of the top-rated afrobeat songs of 2022. With a total of 54.8 million streams on Audiomack and a sum of 142 million streams on Boomplay, it’s no doubt that the song holds a record as one of the best-played songs in 2022. Buga Song By Kiss Daniel; Good or Bad?

Going over to the video platforms, on YouTube Buga has a total stream of more than 19 million, this makes it also one of the most streamed songs on YouTube. Collectively, throughout all the social media and streaming platforms combined, the song has surpassed an estimated number of views and hearings valued at 250 million. 

Buga Song By Kiss Daniel, Good or Bad?

Buga Song By Kiss Daniel; Good or Bad?

Rev Sisters, the Nuns and the secular world are all dancing Buga. Does it make it a good song? Is Buga a good song for the Christian?

Look, Buga is not a bad song. There is nothing bad or evil in the lyrics compare to Ameno Dorime but the song is not for the Christians. It is a secular music. No good child of God sings a secular song.

People are asking if Buga is a bad song. I don’t think that should be the right question. A Christian should ask, ‘is it right if I sing Buga?’ And my answer is no. Buga Song by Kizz Daniel is not a praise and worship song.

However, it does not matter the impression you may have towards the song, the fact remains that “Buga” by Kizz Daniel is an awesome song. It speaks about the worth of self-love, self-respect and gratitude. 

Generally, the country is in a difficult time. Hunger and economic setback has kicked so many things behind. Buga Song By Kiss Daniel; Good or Bad?

From the intro of the song which reads Wake up speaks a lot about the reluctant attitude of the youths especially. So many are blinded politically, socially and otherwise. The line is a call for alertness. It’s a call for smartness and attentiveness. 

Buga Song By Kiss Daniel, Good or Bad?

A line from the first verse which reads “you don work, you don try” speaks about appreciating the little accomplishments and milestones we made so far. It’s a line of motivation to those who think they’re not good enough to celebrate themselves. Truth is that no one can achieve everything at a go. Hence, that’s why we strive to make progress, so encouraging yourself for the little ones you’ve done would go a long way to help achieve greater breakthroughs. 

A part from the lyrics which says “Kala gbowo yen o be (wicked in collecting the money)” suggests that as a Nigerian, never you be dull over what’s in your possession in life, because not actually everyone is normal. Some people are insane. 

 Don’t sleep over important issues, be snappy and act smartly. Buga Song By Kiss Daniel; Good or Bad?

Another important line from the lyrics which says “Buga won, lemme buga wọn (oppress them)” suggests that you oppress your enemies wisely. This implies you keep a distance from your enemies as you intentionally oppress them by flaunting your success and priding in it. 

Is Kizz Daniel the originator of Buga?

On 3rd March 2022, the top-rated afrobeat singer revealed the release of the song, which featured another top-rated singer “Tekno”. Kiss Daniel the originator of the song revealed that he spent over a 31million Naira which is about $40k to produce the hit. 

It is assumed he is the one who composed the lyrics of the song, especially the part he voiced, while Tekno was obliged to write his verse too. 

meanwhile, a video has been trending recently about a man who claimed to be the first to use the word “buga” in a song before Kizz Daniel copied it. This claim is yet to be verifiedneither has Kizz Daniel said anything about it.


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What is the real meaning of Buga?

The meaning of the dominant word “BUGA” in the song Buga is to “Flaunt” one’s effort, success or achievement. The word Buga originated from Yoruba – one of the predominant tribes in Nigeria. Buga Song By Kiss Daniel; Good or Bad?

Relating the meaning of Buga in reality to the state of livelihood in the country, the meaning of the songs seems to align with the current situation of living in the country. 

Currently, there’s hardship in the country, people barely feed and there’s not just enough for everybody and it’s never easy to have survived all these to this point. That’s why you need to “Buga” – be proud of yourself, be proud of what you have achieved so far in life, be proud of your accomplishments and don’t be ashamed of your strengths. 

Also, being a song with so much energy, an average Nigerian listens or plays the song twice every week. Either through radio stations, shows, in malls, or otherwise. 

What language is Buga?

Buga is a Yoruba word which means to flaunt. The ethnic group is among the largest in Nigeria. Also, it is the most learned ethnic group in Nigeria. Outside the shores of the country, it holds record as the only ethnic group in Nigeria that it’s language is widely spoken by foreigners from Europe, America, Asia and Africa. Buga Song By Kiss Daniel; Good or Bad?

Buga Song full lyrics & English meaning

Below is the full lyrics of the buga song by Kizz Daniel and Tekno.

{Intro: Kizz Daniel}

Hey!

Don’t Sleep

Don’t Sleep

Wake up

Collect your money

Collect your money

Wake up, eh!

Collect your money

Collect your money

Wake up

Giddem

{Verse 1: Kizz Daniel}

Gbera, gbera (wake up)

Gbera go get that mullah (wake up)

Mo ni ko kala (I said be wicked)

Kala gbowo yen o be (wicked in collecting the money)

Kala gbowo yen lowo dealer be (wicked in collecting the money from the dealer)

You don work, you don try (try) (you have worked, you have tried)

You suppose to dey jaiye (jaiye) (you are supposed to be enjoying life)

Kilo kan mi kan pesin matter o (what concerns you with another’s problem)

Person wey don mad, oh (someone that has gone insane)

When I land, I land softly on a sofa floor (when I arrive, I land softly on a sofa floor)

So far, so good, ko ni baje (so far so good, it won’t go sour) 

{Chorus: Kizz Daniel & Tekno}

Let me see you

(go low low low)

Let me see you

(go low low low)

Buga wọn, lemme buga won (oppress them)

Lemme see you dey buga (let me see you oppress them)

(go low low low)

Lemme see you

(fo low low low)

Buga won, lemme buga wọn (oppress them)

Lemme see you dey buga o( let me see you oppress)

(go low low low)

Lemme see you

(go low low)

Buga won, lemme buga won (oppress them)

Lemme see you dey buga o( let me see you oppress them)

(go low low low)

Lemme see you

(go low low low)

Buga won, buga wọn (oppress them)

Lemme see you dey buga (let me see you oppress them)

{Verse 2: Tekno} 

Gbera, Oh Ai (wake up)

Gbera o (wake up)

Gbera (wake up)

Go get the dollar (wake Up)

Go baller, kala gbowo yen o(go baller, don’t be kind in collecting your money) 

Kala gbowo yen lowo dealer (don’t be kind in collecting the money from the dealer)

You don work, you don try ( you have worked hard, you’ve tried)

You suppose dey high (you’re supposed to be high)

Ki lo kan won, o se fun won (what concerns them you did for them)

Person wey don high (someone that’s already mad)

When I land, I land softly on a sofa floor ( when I land, I land on a sofa floor) 

So far, so good, koni baje (so far so good, it won’t go sour)

Buga Song By Kiss Daniel, Good or Bad?

{Chorus: Kizz Daniel & Tekno}

Let me see you

(go low low low)

Let me see you

(go low low low)

Buga won, lemme buga wọn

Lemme see you dey buga

(go low low low)

Lemme see you

(fo low low low)

Buga won, lemme buga won

Lemme see you dey buga o

(go low low low)

Lemme see you

(go low low)

Buga won, lemme buga won

Lemme see you dey buga o (let me see you oppress them)

(go low low low)

Lemme see you (go low low low)

Buga won, buga won

Lemme see you dey buga

{Outro: Kizz Daniel}

Go low low low (let me see you)

(Go low low low)

(Go low low low)

You don work, you don try

You suppose to dey fine (you’re supposed to be fine)

That’s Kizz Daniel buga lyrics ft Tekno

Buga Song By Kiss Daniel; Good or Bad?

Conclusion

The legendary afrobeat stars did a very wonderful work by putting heads together to dish out the well cooked Buga sound and lyrics. Not leaving behind the awesome production department that produced the beat and the final touch to the song. 

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