The Holy Month of Ramadan is here and as Muslims, you’re expected to live a holy life this month.
To live Holy, you’ve got to stay away from dirty immoral things ranging from sexual movies or songs with nasty lyrics.
While we abstain from immoralities, as Muslims we are supposed to intensify our efforts in getting close to Allah and pray at every opportunity.
As Nigeria’s number 1 music and entertainment website, we deemed it necessary to give a list of top 10 songs you should avoid listening to this Holy Month.
Below Are Some Top Nigerian Songs You Should Avoid While Fasting
1. Rema – Bounce
During fasting, you want to be listening to “Girl I’m in love with your Booty Bounce, your nyansh original“.
This is a song of praise to ladies back-side and I know you’d rather listen to a song of praise to Allah instead of this.
2. Naira Marley – Coming
Alhaji Azeez Fashola popularly known as Naira Marley had to quickly release this song before Ramadan to the people of the world.
I am not so sure Naira Marley himself would want to listen to this song during Ramadan.
So, my brothers and sisters in Islam, know what you’re doing.
3. Teni – Injure Me
Everything about this song is sexual from the beginning to the end. “Injure me with that thing” – which thing?
As sweet as the song may sound, don’t try listening to it during Ramadan, so you won’t start thinking dirty things.
Some people said there is something about this song that shows Teni‘s LGBTQ tendencies.
Well, that’s a talk for another day, just get rid of the song for Ramadan’s sake.
4. Olamide – Sugar Daddy
From the title and the artiste on it, you can’t expect anything clean from the song.
Olamide in company of DJ Enimoney delivered a song encouraging girls to knack their sugar daddies.
Shay na this kind song, you want to be listening to during Ramadan?
Sugar Daddyby DJ Enimoney & Olamide
5. Kizz Daniel – Flex
This is a faaji song, but the mention of Hennessey and babes wey get Ikebe on the song will make you want to avoid this song during Ramadan.
“Flex” is a song about sex and flexing with alcohol so you shouldn’t be listening to in this Holy Month.
6. Vector Ft. GoodGirl LA – Early Momo
Vector and GoodGirl LA teamed up well on this song. The song was a hit because of the dirty lyrics of GoodGirl LA and the sex rap of Vector.
This is a song talking about morning sex and how it’s good to keep it on the low.
So, don’t wake up during Sahur and mistakenly play this song because if you do, na hunger strike you dey.
7. Blaqbonez Ft. Tiwa Savage – BBC
Blaqbonez got a perfect person to remix this song with. Tiwa Savage came through as expected painting a picture of sexual scene with lyrics.
No doubt, this song should not be on your playlist this Ramadan. Don’t say we didn’t tell you.
8. Mayorkun – Your Body
This song shouldn’t have made this list but only the hook rendered it a useless song in ramadan period.
Inside Ramadan, you want to be listening to “Bo se n kofun loni haa” “Mo tun fasi lo ni humm“. Issokay!!
9. Ajebo Hustlers Ft. Omah Lay – Pronto
First of all, what’s the meaning of Pronto? If you find out well, the meaning will be nasty.
Going by the lyrics of this song, it’s not clean enough to be on Ramadan Playlist.
10. Burna Boy – Wetin Dey Sup
If you’re still jamming Burna Boy’s “Twice As Tall” album, it’s better you have a rethink this Ramadan oo.
This particular track, “Wetin Dey Sup” will not only void your fasting, but it can also even make God punish you.
Imagine the starting of the song “Me I No Be One Of Those Boys Leave Toto Fvck Nyansh” – If you hear this line during fasting, just go and drink water.
Which Other Song Do You Think Should Be On This List?
Which Is The Most Dirtiest Among The Songs?
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