(+Lyrics +Translation) Wizkid “Machala,” Meaning, and Lyrics Translation CarterEfe ft Berri Tiga

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Machala is a song by CarterEfe, and he featured Berri Tiga. The word “Machala,” is synonymous with kingship and one with great qualities. The song “Machala,” by CarterEfe ft Berri Tiga references Nigerian Grammy award winner-Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun aka Wizkid.

What does smoking loud mean in this song?

Loud in the context of this song is a short form of “Canadian Loud.” Canadian Loud means marijuana or weed. I am smoking loud means “he is smoking weed.”

What is the song “Wizkid, Machala,” by CarterEfe ft Berri Tiga about?

In the song Machala by CarterEfe ft Berri Tiga, the artists sing about their desire to be like Grammy award winner- Wizkid who they described as Machala. That means he is a—

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“Wizkid,” Machala ft CarterEfe and Berri Tiga Lyrics Translation

Intro (CarterEfe)

 I no wan like any girl for this Life (I don’t want to like any other girl in this life.)

 I no wan like any girl (I don’t want to like any girl)

 I wan, I wan, I wan (I want)

 I wan jus dey like Wizkid, Machala (I just want to be like Wizkid, Machala)

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

Yo X

Giddem!

Eh God! Giddem!

Verse 1 (CarterEfe)

 Fresh and clean, me looking

 Saint, me no dey fight (Me no dey fight) (I don’t fight.)

 Man send no body (I don’t give a damn.)

 I dey live my life (I am living my life)

 If you not talking money 

 No go call my line (Don’t call my line.)

 Man jus wan dey happy (Man just wants to be happy.)

 Man wan dey alright (Man wants to be alright.)

Chorus (CarterEfe)

 Ahhh, gat me looking like Machala o

 I jam Wizkid for Ghana o (I stumbled on Wizkid in Ghana.)

 When I dance my makosa o

 People dey craze for Instagram (People went gaga on Instagram.)

 Gat me looking like Machala o 

 I jam Wizkid for Ghana o (I stumbled on Wizkid in Ghana.)

 When I dance my makosa o

 People dey craze for Instagram (People went gaga on Instagram.)

 Post chorus (CarterEfe)

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

Verse 2 (Berri Tiga)

 Won ni won wa mi (They said they are looking for me.)

 San Francisco, jamming

 Me no dey send no body (I don’t give a damn about anybody.)

 Smoking loud and am making kudi (I am smoking loud, and, I am making money.)

 Tell me what I gain (Tell me, “What do I gain?”)

 If money no dey for my lane (If there is no money on my lane.)

 Sapa for don dey wear—– (Poverty would have worn me—–)

 Pop, pop, make you pass Rosey, pass Rosey

Chorus (CarterEfe)

 Ahhh, gat me looking like Machala o

 I jam Wizkid for Ghana o (I stumbled on Wizkid in Ghana.)

 When I dance my makosa o

 People dey craze for Instagram (People went gaga on Instagram.)

 Gat me looking like Machala o 

 I jam Wizkid for Ghana o (I stumbled on Wizkid in Ghana.)

 When I dance like makosa o

 People dey craze for Instagram (People went gaga on Instagram.)

 Post chorus/Outro (CarterEfe and Berri Tiga)

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

Eh God!

Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

Eh God! 

Yo X!

Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

 Machala Machala

Giddem!

Eh God!

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Watch the video for the song “Wizkid, Machala,” by CarterEfe ft Berri Tiga below

Duration: 2 minutes 35 seconds

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