Video review of the song Never Make Her Sad by Romain Virgo - In Honor of Mothers

in #jahm9 months ago (edited)

Maybe I'm a little lost with Mother's Day, which is not around, but I just think that to honor them there is no day...

On this occasion I want to bring a song that I thought was very beautiful, dedicated to the most special woman we could have in our lives, which is our mother. To the rhythm of reggae, the Jamaican singer Romain Virgo, launched the single entitled "Never Make Her Sad", with a video that simply this great, in my opinion. And that's why I bring information about this artist and his work. Let's talk about:

Romain Virgo


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Virgo is a native of Stepney in the parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica.

Born on 30 January 1990, at 17 his musical career was already taking off, after winning the Digicel Rising Stars competition. He won a big cash prize and a recording contract with Greensleeves Records. What a way to start his music career. You have a lot of songs that he has released as singles, but as full albums he has 3, the next ones:

  • Romain Virgo RV (2010), VP Records
  • The System (2012), VP Records - American Reggae No. 6
  • Lovesick (2018), VP Records - American Reggae no. 1

With which it has reached the top of the main lists... and continues to move forward.

In 20019 he released the song Never Make Her Sad with its respective video, and it is the one I have found and wanted to share and give my impression of it.

I leave the video below for your enjoyment:



Romain Virgo - Never Make Her Sad (Official Music Video)

I am completely sure that someone who does not understand any English will be able to understand the story of the song through the video. It is very well told, from the humility shown by the community in which it lives, hardly anyone does not feel identified. And I don't mean the house or the environment where the whole plot is generated, but the details, for example: the fact that any of us forgot as a child something that mom sent you to do and you have to go back and ask what it was that she needed.

Or those childish pranks like taking a bath in the water container, which could well be anything else...

Or the many efforts made by your mother to be able to give you the minimum necessary, in the case of the video, even in the absence of the father. Mothers simply deserve everything good that we can give.

In short, the video is full of images that even when they are from another country, in a different language to our native one, but I have no doubt that many -in essence- can identify with it.

Here are the lyrics of the song:

Mummy you have always pray for me
Oh, I wish that you could know
Just so much you are dear to me
wowowowo
Yow, everyday me I pray for you
Me a pray fi you (pray for you )
Oh oh oh oh

[Chorus]

Never make her sad, Oh God!
Give her everlasting breath to enjoy my success
Watch the road wey she trod, Oh God!
Give her everlasting breath so she can enjoy my sucess, mhm hmm

From the day when me born,
We face so much sufferation
Me promise my mother from them time deh
Better days must come, something affi gwaan
She said, Romain Just go and sing your song
But make sure you get an education
Me never frown, never get vex
No time when me come home can’t find food
Fi nyam (Still can’t find it)
High School graduation
The one pair of shoes me put it on and although
It lean mi still feel clean
She glad fe see mi achieve my dream
Take a look at me now
You teachings and blessings have showened
Still nah follow no crowd, mi a live fo make you proud

[Chorus]

Never make her sad, Oh God!
Give her everlasting breath to enjoy my success
Watch the road wey she trod, Oh God!
Give her everlasting breath so she can enjoy my sucess, mhm hmm

Everything weh me have a your own
A wan buy you a hundred home
Fly you out over Spain and Rome
You are a Queen on your throne, Mummy
I know that I can’t repay for all that you have done for me
So I just a gwaan pray, pray for longer days

[Chorus]

Never make her sad, Oh God!
Give her everlasting breath to enjoy my success
Watch the road wey she trod, Oh God!
Give her everlasting breath so she can enjoy my success

(Hey, yea yea yea)
(Hey, yea yea yea)
Hey, I’m praying for you, Oh God!
(Give my mother strength, Oh God! )
(Give my mother strength, Oh God! )

Woah, woah, woah
Never make her sad
(Hey, yea yea yea )
(Hey, yea yea yea )
Hey, I’m praying for you, Oh God!
(Give my mother strength, Oh God!)
(Give my mother strength, Oh God!)
Make her glad, make her glad, yeah

Give her stenght, Oh God!
(Give her strenght, God)
Never make her sad, no tears, no
Cause she’s the reason why I’m here
Mama have no fear
My love is always there
Hey, yeah yeah yeah yeah

[CHORUS]

Never make her sad, Oh God!
Give her everlasting breath to enjoy my success
Watch the road wey she trod, Oh God!
Give her everlasting breath so she can enjoy my success

Never make her sad, Oh God!
Give her everlasting breath to enjoy my success
Watch the road wey she trod, Oh God!
Give her everlasting breath so she can enjoy my success

Mummy you have always pray for me
Oh, I wish that you could know just
How much you dare to me
Yow, ev eryday me a pray fi you
Me a pray fi you
Oh oh oh oh

Here I leave the social networks and other sites where you can contact the artist:

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web site
Youtube Channel
Facebbok
Twitter
Instagram


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I have heard this song before but your review made me really take it in. I agree anyone can understand and relate to the message in this song. Makes me want to do much more for my mom. Now this is real reggae music.


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Hello @dmilliz.
Thanks for your comment.
The truth is that I heard the song, I looked for the video, and yes, impossible not to think about my mother after that.
It's a social and humane approach that has quite a lot in this interesting song. And I think that's what reggae is all about, beyond the fact that it emerges as music to be enjoyed, it also reflects society. Here is an example.

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