Bella Shmurda, Nigerian street singer, on Friday, came through with a new song titled ‘World’.


The song, which has production credits going to SB, comes as a follow-up to Bella’s last single ‘Rush’ for which he recently dropped a controversial video.

The track sees Bella talk about self-importance; how one can never hide from one’s self, run from the inner mind, or deceive the soul.

Bella also dwelled on social topics including the new place of black magic in churches, men proposing to men, women engaging women, and fathers making love with daughters.


“If i ever lie to the world, i can never lie to myself / If i ever ever lose to the world, i can never lose to myself / If i ever ever run from the world, i can never run from myself. Even i don’t see nobody, i will always see myself,” the song’s lyrics read in part.

Watch the lyrics video below:


Bella started pulling the weights of fame when he dropped ‘Vision 2020’, his 2019 single, wherein he talked about his quest to take the country’s music industry by storm.

He continued his impressive run in 2020 with the release of ‘Cash App,’ a hit song, which featured Zlatan Ibile and Lincoln.

The song has not only shot him into the limelight but also earned him recognition including a nomination for the ‘Next Rated’ category at the 14th edition of The Headies.



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