Before becoming a housemate at this year’s Big Brother show, Avala prepared a generation of 90s babies for the festival lifestyle by inciting the House music-fueled mood for party rave-ups on her Juls produced 2015 hit song, “Crazy House”. She is however more concerned with her romantic feelings on her latest single, “Mo Fe Be”, where she admits to being blindly in love and doesn’t care what others have to say about it.
CKay produces the groovy beat for “Mo Fe Be”, setting a tropical dancefloor scene for Avala’s confessionals, “if na juju you dey use oh/ I don’t mind”. With her carefree lyrics mirroring the lightweight vibe of the beat, she gets away with edgy lyrics in the name of depicting the blind trust required in love. Fortunately for 90s babies, we’ve had enough experience of our own to know better than to take relationship advice from a song written for dancefloor audiences.
You can stream Avala’s “Mo Fe Be” below.
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