August 10, 2009
"Yuh can't tek my virginity" - Queen Ifrica
Queen Ifrica's latest single Mek Mi Grow is now the most talk-about song in the streets as the Fyah Muma secretly blazed "some fire" on certain topics that are frequently used in songs by some of our top dancehall acts.
The Fyah Muma started off the song by telling a story of a girl who is forcing her friend "fi guh a man yard afta school" - the other girl then said "mi a go home to my mother, yuh can stay deh…
Nuh bowy can't draw mi round nuh coner,
Fi guh show mi no iguana, so low mi mek mi grow
After chanting, those positive lines the Fyah Muma then get a bit controversial when she spits lines such as:
"Yuh can't tek my virginity, cause that a God precious gift to me,
If it makes you feel good to sleep wid children in yuh rampin shop well don't bather worry when di lighten clap.
After a blazing second verse Queen Ifrica steps on a few more corns with lines such as "Whe di big bredda dem deh fi di likkle sista dem,
Why every song whe uhnu sing a fi dig out under dem,
Why yuh nuh teach dem fi be like some more Etana dem,
Whe di mercy whe yuh have fi lick yuh hand unda dem, So be a betta bredda to yuh likkle sista,
Not every Good Girl Gone Bad some a dem trust inna God
On a scale of five, I give this song (Mek Mi Grow) 5 out of 5.
mek mi grow - Queen Ifrica
Right now Queen Ifrica can be classed as the leading female artiste in music industry who is well equipped dozens of hit under her belt, such as Daddy Don't Touch Mi, Lioness on The Rise, Keep It To Yuh Self, Far Away, Below The Waist, No Love Again just to name a few.