Nigerian prolific hypeman and talented vocalist, Goya Menor has dropped a brand new studio number aptly tagged, “Grace.”
To produce a rare Afro-Pop hit, Goya Menor teams up with Nigerian diva Ladé (Adulthood Na Scam). With the release of the captivating tune “Grace” from his upcoming extended play, superstar hitmaker Goya Menor once again outdid himself on stage.
following the release of “Bounce,” the most recent single by Goya Menor, and the “Ameno Amapiano” remix. Damilo Wayne is given credit for the music production. The sound that will dominate radio this summer is this groove, “Grace.” Lade did all she could with her fire verses on the jam while Goya Menor gave a unique performance.
Lastly, the sound looks very promising and would soon be a street sensation in coming weeks. Lade and Goya Menor’s connection has proved they can do the undo; lets us vibe to this sound with good feelings.
“Grace” has some catchy lyrics like:
If to say(if to say?)
Man be God(Man be God o)
Then for roll me away
To the place wey I nor know
Oh oh oh oh
Thanks for mouth(E nor go finish)
Grace for head(E nor go finish)
Finish finish finish finish
If I say
make I think am make I reason am
E plenty die
Nor be say na me do pass but I nor carry last
Grace e cover me
You know I nor fit carry last
(Think where I Dey come from, think about the journey I Dey go eavhan I swear)
Listen to “Grace” by Goya Menor featuring Lade below.