Step into the Festive Season with Confidence, Courtesy of “Don Dada (Boss)” by Goya Menor
Remember that feeling when Goya Menor’s “Ameno Amapiano Remix (You wanna Bamba)” had us all on our feet last December? Well, Bright Goya, or as we lovingly call him, Goya Menor, is back with something to keep the good vibes rolling.
He’s more than just a singer; he’s a storyteller. His music is like a potpourri of sounds – a bit of Afrobeat, a sprinkle of his Benin Kingdom roots, and a whole lot of heart. He proudly represents Edo State and is setting the scene on fire from Lagos.
In his latest track, “Don Dada (Boss),” produced by the brilliant Don P, Goya Menor sings about something we all need a little more of – self-belief. When he croons, “I’m the biggy biggy don dada (Boss), you suppose call me boss (Boss),” it’s like a shot of confidence straight to the heart. The catchy “Boss” chorus and the Amapiano infusion will get you moving in no time, and just in time for the festive season.
“Don Dada (Boss)” is a celebration of life, culture, and the spirit of Nigeria.