Èda • BélO


Genre: Afro/Dancehall
Album: Motivasyon And Local
Year: 2019
Featuring: Adekunle Gold From Nigeria (Africa)
Produced by: BélOMusic And Michael Brun
Lyrics by: Jean B. MURAT/BélO, Jean Winer PASCAL, Adekunle Gold


BélO's part:

Si’m te gen lajan
M’ta acht-on-w gato pou Èda
Si’m te gen dola
M’ta pote krèm glase pou Èda
Si’m te gen Seza
M’ta pot chokola pou Èda.

Elas! Se malere m’ye
Sa’m tiye m’pa ka sale
Se demwatye m’ye
Mwen pa gen lajan sere
Pran franselèt la pou mwen
Kenèp la pou’m pote pou Èda.

Èda wo, Èda wo
Èda wo, Èda wo.
M’pral bouyi mamit manyòk mwen
Pou’m pote pou Èda
Avèk yon krich dlo.

Paske, Èda se Mayilòv
Èda se Mayilòv
May, may, may
Mayilòv, Èda se Mayilòv
Èda se:

Adekunle Gold’s part:

I don’t have what you want
Baby, baby
But, I can give you what you need
I can’t afford your love
Baby, baby
But, if you try me, I will show you
And I am the one deserving of your heart
I want your heart.

Adekunle Gold’s Nigerian part:

“Omo to ba bamidele mi
Ma fi e han Mommy mi
Pe mo moju lo s’oja
Mo m’ere oko dele
Ma jen se sin omotena.”

Love me back or I will break down.

Translation into Creole of the Nigerian part:

Èda, si-w ta swiv mwen jouk lakay
Fè konesans ak Manman-m
Mwen t’ap chache yon bon fanm
Se w-ou Èda, fanm zantray
Pa fè mwen wont, pa fè‘m fè flay
Si’w pa reponn, se va yon tray.

Oh! Oh! Oh!
My love, my, my love
My love, my, my love
Èda, se mayilòv
Èda, se Mayilòv
My love.

BélO's part:

Ou pa mandé-m kozé ban-m di-w
M-pa bezwen boulva pou-m al wè Èda
Ti wout dékoupé mennen-m kay Èda
Èda wo, Èda wo, O, O
Chimen pyé fouyé mennen-m wè Èda
Mwen swiv tras lawouzé
Jouskaske mwen rivé.

BélO and Adekunle Gold together:

Èda, wo, w-fè-m delala
Cheri w-fè-m delala
Èda, wo, w-fè mwen gaga
Cheri, w-fè-m gaga.

My love
My love
Èda, se Mayilòv
Èda, se Mayilòv
My love
Èda, se Mayilòv
Èda, se mayilòv.

Pawòl Kreyòl: Jean Bélony MURAT/BélO
Et Jean Winer PASCAL
Pawòl Aglè and Nijeryen: Adekunle Gold
Music: Jean Bélony NURAT/BélO

  • BelO has been hailed as Haiti's musical ambassador to the world. A socially conscious singer-songwriter with a sophisticated sound and winner of numerous awards, including the prestigious "Prix Radio France International Discoveries of 2006," BelO's sound is a sublime mixture of Jazz, Worldbeat, Rock, Reggae and Afro- Haitian traditional rhythms known as "Ragganga". After the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti, BelO's primary focus was to create awareness for his country at various performances around the world. BelO's third album "HAITI DEBOUT," (Haiti Stand-up -2011) was released under Radio France/France Info and distributed, globally, by Harmonia Mundi. During the "HAITI DEBOUT" tour, BelO has performed in Germany, Rome, Romania, France, South Korea, London, Canada and the U.S.
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