Check Out These Moroccan Remixes To Popular Naija Songs


January 26, 2016

What happens when Naija music gets a Middle Eastern twist to it?

A Moroccan parody channel, Barbapappa shared videos of a group that make the coolest remixes of Naija songs.

To mix things up the guys sing in Darija, which is a Moroccan derivation of Arabic, and also use Gnawi instruments to modify the beat of the songs. We have compiled some of their videos but you can find more on Barbapappa’s Facebook and Youtube pages.

Their version of P Square’s “Shekini” titled “Hek Lili Nifi”.

Their own version of Runtown’s “Gallardo” called “Wili wili wili”.

These Moroccan guys also created a remix of South African artist, Mafikizolo’s “Khona” parodied as “Khouna kijak lfoul”.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rn5SdBcvM2M
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What do you really think about them? Copy cata or pretty cool? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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