5 Nigeria songs that promotes locally made herb

Some herbs are deteriorated by heating, and accordingly, it is advantageous that their medicinal power can be extracted by immersing into alcohol. Further, it is characteristic to be a rich taste to drink favorably by the addition of alcohol. The local alcoholic herbal drinks actually help your body and flush out all the sugar and impurities in your system.

Below are the 5 biggest Nigerian tracks that praise various local herbs.

1. SKUKI: AGBARA

The Skuki brothers dished out a hit track praising the local herb “Agbara” and talked about the magical powers it has when it comes to performing sexual intercourse.

2. QDOT: ORIJIN

This danceable song also talks about how spiritual the drink ‘Orijin’ can make one become. This track is particularly big in the western Yoruba speaking part of Nigeria.

3. QDOT: ALOMO META

This was the first local song that had some praises for local herbs. It was after the release of this song that other artists started doing tracks that exclusively praised and talked about local bitters.

4. OLAMIDE: BAJINOTU POKA

Olamide jumped on the local bitter appraisal train and did a song about the creamy local bitters ‘Bajinotu’. Argument ensued that he was paid to do the song, a few said he did it out of the goodness of his heart. All in all, the track was nice.

5. SMALL DOCTOR: SOBONTONE

After a viral internet video dropped of a local herb seller talking about her herbal drinks (sobontone and kponkreyon) and the way it helps people who have sexual problems, Small doctor decided to jump on the trend and dropped a track named Sobontone.

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