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  • 6 Mistakes In Davido “IF” Song You Surely Never Noticed – But Made It More Beautiful
  • Davido’s “if” is a great song, a bombshell hit
    song which has been topping major African
    charts. But many of you most definitely failed to
    noticed some little mistakes that occurred in the
    song, not that this mistakes are negative but they
    further made the song the perfect hit it is. Based
    on who Davido is, anyways. Here are 6 mistakes
    in Davido “If” song you never noticed that made it
    more beautiful




    1. The beat was long cooked before Davido got
    his lyrics complete, though it was perfectly
    cooked to Davido’s taste but you guys will not
    believe that the fans most favorite part “30 billion
    for the account” was not part of the written down
    lyrics but a brilliant cover up by Davido


    2. “Girl you are beautifultu”

    The “Beautifultu” in the line was just beautiful that
    was elongated to make rhymes with the
    succeeding lines and to better key with the beat.
    For if not, whatever “beautifultu” means, who
    knows?


    3. See me”burukutu”

    Well, guess that’s doesn’t make much sense as
    in “See me burukutu” was he trying to say “he’s
    drunk with burukutu or something, if so it’s
    incomprehensible the way he put it


    4. And ” For your love e tutu”.

    “Tutu” is a word in Yoruba which means “cold”.
    Well anyone can tell y’all a cold love ain’t no love
    at all. A love gone cold. It should rather be hot.
    Ask Tiwa Savage “Ife wa gbona”




    5. ” O baby carry sense o”

    Carry sense or make sense? Well carry sense as a
    pidgin can actually being use as being sensible
    which is different from “Make sense” which can be
    use almost anyhow and still goes right.


    6. “What is up to you?”

    There’s no word like that in English Language.
    Examples of correct usages are “What are you up
    to” “What are you up for” and so on.

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