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Obesere breaks down the meaning of his song, Egungun be careful

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Popular Fuji Musician, who has been trending on twitter was on Boombuzz to break down the meaning of his popular song, Egugun be careful.

Obesere

Obesere released Egungun be careful in the year 2000 under the imprint of Bayowa records and it has since then become a street anthem.

Mp3bullet.ng did a report on how the Fuji artiste was compred with the leader of the Marlian Movement, on twitter. Some twitter users saying that comparing the both of them was disrespectful as  was still learning from Obesere.

Some of his hit songs include Gogo night, ‘Omorapala Overthrow,’ ‘Asakasa,’ ‘Okokoriko,’ ‘American Faaji,’ ‘Oodua,’ ‘Efissy,’ ‘Obadan,’ and ‘Mr. Teacher’.

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Obesere explained that Egungun is the Yoruba name for a Masquerade and that the phrase “Egungun be careful” is a slang used by a Masquerade’s handler who usually directs its direction but if it refuses to heed its handler’s directives, it would be in danger.

 

 

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