Thursday, May 23, 2024

Sola Allyson – Eji Owuro 2.0

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Born on September 24, 1970, in Lagos State, Nigeria, Shola Allyson-Obaniyi, or Sola Allyson, discovered her musical gift early in life. Rooted in Yoruba culture and nurtured in a Christian household, her foray into gospel music seamlessly blended her rich heritage with deep faith.

Sola Allyson’s voice carries the echoes of sincerity, resonating profoundly with listeners. With a career spanning decades, she symbolizes authenticity in a genre known for its spiritual depth and cultural richness. Her discography, featuring hits like “Iyin,” “Ope,” and the iconic “Eji Owuro,” mirrors her commitment to creating music that transcends boundaries and speaks to the soul.

The title, “Eji Owuro,” translates to “Morning Time” in English, encapsulating the song’s essence—a call to worship and gratitude at the dawn of a new day. In this revamped version, Sola Allyson weaves her signature vocals into a tapestry of rich instrumentation, breathing new life into a melody that has withstood the test of time.

Sola Allyson’s influence extends far beyond the music realm. Her authenticity, both as an artist and an individual, has earned her respect in Nigeria and beyond. Through her dedication to preserving the cultural nuances of Yoruba spirituality, seamlessly infused into her music, she has become a cultural ambassador bridging the gap between tradition and modernity.

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Sola Allyson – Eji Owuro 2.0 Lyrics

Duro timi o, OlolufeIfe ti ko labuku ni ko ba mi loDuro timi o, OlolufeIfe ti ko labawon ni ko ba mi loIfe bi Eji Owuro,Latagbala Eledumare lo ti se waIfe to tooro minimini,Tabawon aye kan o le ba je oOlolufe feran mi laisetanIfe bi Eji Owuro,Latagbala Eledumare lo ti se waIfe to tooro minimini,Tabawon aye kan o le ba je oOlolufe feran mi laisetanFemi bi oju ti n f’emuFemi bi irun ti n f’oriFemi bi eyin ti n f’enuFemi teerin teerinFemi taayo taayoFemi taara taaraOlolufe feran mi laisetanFemi bi oju ti n f’emuFemi bi irun ti n f’oriFemi bi eyin ti n f’enuFemi teerin teerinFemi taayo taayoFemi taara taaraIfe bi Eji Owuro,Latagbala Eledumare lo ti se waIfe to tooro minimini,Tabawon aye kan o le ba je oOlolufe feran mi laisetanBa mi s’ootito, Mo fe o tootoBa mi s’ododo, Mo fe o pelu ododoBa mi s’ootito, (Ololufe) Mo fe o tootoBa mi s’ododo, Mo fe o pelu ododoB’ogiri o ba la’nu, Alangba o le w’ogiriB’ogiri o ba la’nu, Alangba o le w’ogiriEleda lo yan wa papo, Esu ko ni yawa oIfe bi Eji Owuro,Latagbala Eledumare lo ti se waIfe to tooro minimini,Tabawon aye kan o le ba je oOlolufe feran mi laisetan.A ma lowo lowoA ma kole moleA ma bimo lemoA ma sayo mayoA ma shola molaKa sa mufe Eledumare se, laisetan.A ma lowo lowoA ma kole moleA ma bimo lemoA ma sayo mayoA ma shola molaKa sa mufe Eledumare se, laisetan.Ife bi Eji Owuro,Latagbala Eledumare lo ti se waIfe to tooro minimini,Tabawon aye kan o le ba je oOlolufe feran mi laisetan.Gb’amoran mi, Ololufemi!Oluranlowo la fi mi se fun o lat’orun waF’eti s’amoran mi, Ololufemi!Oluranlowo la fi mi se fun o lat’orun waKaj’orin ka s’ogo, l’oruko OlorunAlabinrin la fi mi se fun o lat’orun waM’okan ku ro ni asan ayeEtan o da n kankan fun niIfe at’ope lo le mu wa l’aye ja lai labawonM’okan ku ro ni asan ayeEtan o da n kankan fun niIfe at’ope lo le mu wa l’aye ja lai labawonIfe bi Eji Owuro,Latagbala Eledumare lo ti se waIfe to tooro minimini,Tabawon aye kan o le ba je oOlolufe feran mi laisetan.Duro timi o, OlolufeIfe ti ko labuku ni ko ba mi loDuro timi o, OlolufeIfe ti ko labawon ni ko ba mi loDuro timi o, OlolufeIfe ti ko leetan rara ni ko ba mi lo…

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