(+Lyrics +meaning + translation) Music review: Baby Riddim by Fave.

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Fave is a beautiful Nigerian singer and songwriter. She is currently signed to “Tumblar,” under emPawa Africa Limited

Honestly, I have been hearing this song on my street for a while but did not know the title and artist. So, I downloaded some songs randomly, and as I was providing lyrics, I found myself listening to the song I have been haunting for its details. This is indeed an interesting song.

She sounds like Simi though. What do you all think?

What is the song Baby Riddim by Fave all about?

Baby Riddim means—

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Lyrics to Baby Riddim by Fave

Intro

Beatz

Woo (Damie) 

Oh oh (Come on) 

Oh oh (Listen up) 

Oh oh oh, oh oh oh  

Verse 1

Steady your face jor for me (Please steady your face for me.)

I wanna take a picture (I want to take a picture.)

So this could last longer for me (Longer for me) 

Yeah, take my secrets

Guard them like precious money (Precious money) 

I never want to hear you quiet 

So I write songs for you (Write songs for you) 

So I write songs for you (So I write songs for you) 

Prechorus

And I believe 

Yes, I believe I’m falling for you like a thief weak in the knees

‘Cause when I see you 

I fit to steal the keys to your heart again (Your heart again) (I can steal the keys to your heart again.)

Yeah, yes, I believe 

Yes, I believe I’m falling for you like a thief weak in the knees

 ‘Cause when I see you

 I fit to steal the keys to your heart again (Your heart again) (I can steal the keys to your heart again.)

Chorus

My baby bad 

My baby good 

My baby all the things I need 

My baby buss up the silence o (Buss it up, buss it up) 

My baby buss up the silence o (Buss it up, buss it up)  

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