Yoruba is a language spoken in West Africa, most prominently Southwestern Nigeria. In Nigeria it is regarded as the most spoken language of the 3 languages of Nigerian culture which are Yoruba, Igbo and Hausa.
The table is turning. In this video you'll see why we should love our culture and embrace our local dialect. Even the whites want to lean our pigeon English and our local languages because they are sweet to the soul when our people make music with them. I foresee Pigeon English becoming an official language one day.
This American Guy has shown a good reason why we should embrace our cultural languages and confidently speak them anywhere we find ourselves. The "oyinbo'' as some people might say, raps better than some of our local rappers. His melody and rhymes are just so good.
To some point on the comment section in the Facebook, people said he'll challenge Naira Marley our popularly songwriter and rapper and win him. Do you believe?
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