Bento recordz act, Morell today released a new single for his northern fans.
Titled Ganga Da Garaya which in English means Drums and Local Guitar. Morell delivers the track solely in Hausa, showing us a side of him that we are not conversant with.
“This is me in all totality. Nearly everyone who grew up with Hausa parents can relate to Ganga Da Garaya. I am glad that my people love the song, I was in Abuja over the weekend, and the acceptance was great. There’ll be more songs like this from me, this is just the beginning”
Born Musa Akilah, Morell hails from Bornu State. A graduate of Creative Arts, the diverse act has over the years thrilled us with a blend of music he likes to call “Morell Music”. With his last single Anti Social featuring rave of the moment Olamide still enjoying massive airplay on radio and TV, Morell is here to stay.
Since his debut, Morell has made it a habit to infuse his local dialect into his music. Already a budding hit, Ganga Da Garaya shows his flexibility and versatile musical craft.
GANGA DE GARAYA (In English)
Come and see
We are summoned by the sound of local drums this time
Come and see the gathering of youths
Real Love born out of likeness
This time around
Forget about your worries
Have fun with friends and family
Celebration is what’s happening
Growth came with a promotion this time
Now Women dance
Move a step back and shake
What’s the point wearing those waist beads
If there ain’t enough money to spray u while u dance
Move a step come closer
Let’s match and go(2x)
Local drum and guitar
Masa (hausa snack) and it’s soup (taushe)
King and the palace
North and her pride
Flock of women (north)
Shatta (legend). and music
Be human and do the bori dance
Bori is a very beautiful work of art
If u can remember this, sing with me,..
Fati. Fatima fatomi
Me that has shown you how much I love you?
Now u want to insult me?
So your father is even a novice
He doesn’t know how to make local charms
He only knows how to gather
He went stealing some from my hut
And was chased by the lizards in my house
He was found in some place
Both village peanuts and the ones in the city
I mix them all then
Poured in ur father’s shorts
And only one part got the message