(+Lyrics +meaning +translation) Music Review: Ponmo (Kayanmata/Ponmo Sweet) by Mohbad ft Naira Marley and Lil Kesh.

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“Ponmo,” is a song by Marlian record label artist, Mohbad. The song features Lil Kesh and Naira Marley.

You see, these artists that sing a lot about male and female organs, women, in particular, refuse to categorize the women they sing about. This is because they make it look like all women are s-xually wild and promiscuous. 

The song “Ponmo,” is one such song, regardless of how the artist tried to kick against Kayanmata products. 

Biko (Please), all women are not prostitutes. The way I see it, it seems like some of these artists patronize the services of prostitutes. 

What do y’all think?

What is the song Ponmo (Kayamata/Ponmo Sweet) by Mohbad ft Naira Marley and Lil Kesh all about?

I think anyone who doesn’t understand the Yoruba language the artists sang in but watches the video would be able to tell what the song is all about. 

Ponmo means cow skin but in the context of this song, it means a female organ, as in —-

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Lyrics to Ponmo (Kayanmata/Ponmo Sweet) by Mohbad ft Naira Marley and Lil Kesh.

Intro (Naira Marley/Lil Kesh/Mohbad)

How can your p-ssy be tight? (How can your p-ssy be tight?)

Iwo omo to ti dopa (You that you have been s-xed severally)

Ahun kaunra; ahun chocho

Hello

Itumo ni pe ko sora fun awon omo elese shoshosho (This means you should be careful of those ladies that walk carelessly)

Keshi

Imole (Mo momomo) (Brightness)

Mohbad (Mo badbadbad)

Olohun (To God/Honestly)

Marlians

Chorus (Mohbad)

Awon omo ti ti’won tita (Ladies that their lives are worthless)

Lon lo kayamata (Lon lo kayamata) (Are the ones using Kayanmata)

Omo boy ti o ba japa, won ma so di maga (If a guy does not run away; he would be turned to a play toy/fool)

Awon omo ti ti’won tirun (Ladies that their lives are destroyed)

Lon lo p-ssy sweetener (Use p-ssy sweetener)

For my life (ge ge, ge ge) I never see p-ssy wey bitter (In my life, I have never seen a bitter p-ssy)

P-ssy wey what? (P-ssy that is what?)

Post-chorus (Mohbad)

Normal normal

Ponmo sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet (P-ssy is sweet)

Ponmo no bitter (O dun ju sugar lo) (P-ssy is not bitter) (It is sweeter than sugar)

Ah

Normal normal

Ponmo sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet (O dun, o dun..) (P-ssy is sweet)

To ba tu wa yi’lata (Especially if you mix it with pepper )

Se your p-na bitter ni? (Is your p-ssy bitter?)

Why the p-ssy sweetener (Why the p-ssy sweetener)

Verse 1 (Mohbad)

O lon bere wassup; t’o ye ko turn up (She was asking what’s up when she ought to turn up)

Abi you don love o? If you don love you don enter trouble (Or, are you in love? If you are in love, you have entered trouble)

Alaye pe Biliki ko sha; ko sha (Call Biliki and have her)

Pe Blessing ko sha; ko sha (Call Blessing and have her)

Pe Amaka ko sha; ko sha (Call Amaka and have her)

To baje virgin ni se, ko ja ko ja ko ja ja (If she is a virgin, run, run, run)

Abi you don love o, If you don love you don enter trouble ge ge ge 2X (Or, are you in love? If you are in love, you better run)

Chorus (Mohbad)

Awon omo ti ti’won tita (Ladies that their lives are worthless)

Lon lo kayamata (Lon lo kayamata) (Are the ones using Kayanmata)

Omo boy ti o ba japa, won ma so di maga (If a guy does not run away; he would be turned to a play toy/fool)

Awon omo ti ti’won tirun (Ladies that their lives are destroyed)

Lon lo p-ssy sweetener (Use p-ssy sweetener)

For my life (ge ge, ge ge) I never see p-ssy wey bitter (In my life, I have never seen a bitter p-ssy)

P-ssy wey what? (P-ssy that is what?)

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