Hey Yah! "Juju" is about and girl who knows how to carry herself well around people. Because of this she is also loved by people in return, and as a result friend called her all sorts of name to the point of saying she is using charms to get people's attention. "Ejo" a word from the Madingo dialect meaning sorry. Is a dance traditional song. "Ikan Nye" another song done in Madingo dialect meaning "I Love You" it is a dance song with traditional Afro-beat, "I want the Tasabah" meaning rock me with your booty; catch the traditional drum beat and instrument. "Pem Pem Boy" is about poor boy who rides bike as commercial for the purpose of survivor and has the girl who loves him so much that she even refuses wealthy guys that come around her. Tutuwa is done in local Liberian dialect: Vai, it is a warning song the tell you do unto others as you have them do unto you. Catch the notes of the flute from Mr. Henries IV. "Saturday Night" party song with stress relief after a hectic week at job. Dance to the beat and groove your way through the night with that special Date of yours. "Ila La bah" done in the fulah dialect, also Afro-beat dance song. for all the dialect songs there are English translations. catch the notes of the Flute by Mr. Henries IV. "Market Woman" is dedicated to the women of the world that wake up early to find daily bread for the family (especially the single mothers). Catch the Dance and Afro-beat to stress out at parties, etc. "I'm Cold" is about vex guy who walk out-off love for simple issue from his girl and was beaten by loneliness and a cold weather and came begging for mercy. "Liberian Girl" the title track dedicated to the Girls of Liberia for their love and support over the years.
Join me in the sea of music as we sail on. You will love every beat as we sail on!
Stay Bless With Love