Will Naira Marley’s career hit the bottom rock after the release of “Soapy” ?

No matter how jammy the song “Soapy” might be to our hearings, we have to hear the fans opinion.

Naira Marley, who has been The most controversial artiste of the year 2019,  continues his controversial run as he dishes out a new song titled “Soapy” and this has got everyone talking again.

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From the street to social media, to music pundits criticizing it, the songSoapy has this obscure way of making people talk about it, either for or against it, you must talk.

Naira Marley’s recent songs isn’t a good addition to the society, from eulogizing cybercrime on “Am I A Yahoo Boy” he moved to advocate masturbation activism on “Soapy

Having said all that, it will be so biased if we didn’t get to talk about the groovy and peppiness of the song generally, apart from it’s misleading lyrical content, the song wasn’t a total bad song.

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Rexxie, Naira Marley’s frequent collaborator on beat making put on his A game in the production of “Soapy“. Even those of us that kicked against the song find it very hard to resist this Rexxie juicy beat.

However, Soapy would have been a very good song in all ramifications if the teachings have been tailored to be something like; “Stay out of trouble if you don’t want to go to Prison, where all you will be doing is Soapy“. With that, the song will still have its Lamba inclined context.

How will a man with a pending court case still go on to drop this kind of Society annihilating song, what if the judge in charge decided not to tamper justice with mercy because he/she actually took fault from “Soapy“?

Just saying though… But then career might just hit rock if the judge reacts as predicted.

Source: Naijaloaded

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