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[Leaked] Singer, Terry G stole his latest single ‘Adura?’


Did Terry G really stole his latest single titled ‘Adura’ featuring skiibii?

Rumor has it that Terry G snatch the song from one of his signee.

NobleReporters also read that the name of the true owner of ‘Adura’ was femineo. Although, this is still a Rumor.

Below are the conversations;

More to come...



MP3: Terry G – Owo Nla | Lyrics

Year: 2020

Song: Owo Nla

Artist: Terry G

Album: N/A

Feat: N/A




Singer, Terry G blame Nigeria for not getting endorsements

Veteran Nigerian Dance Hall Singer, Gabriel Oche Amanyi popularly known as Terry G has cried out bitterly over not getting any endorsement despite his popularity.

Terry G who was on a live instagram session with H2G, put the blame on Nigerians who labeled him a bad influence during his prime.

“Na una dey dull me. EVery time them talk say, TerryG this one Terry g that one. I looked like the baddest guy in Nigeria. Did i kill anybody? No. Now endorsement time, nobody endorse me, time when Terry G dey hot” he said in the live chat with HG2″


Terry G – Adura (ft. Skiibii) | Video




MP3: Terry G – Adura (ft. Skiibii) | Lyrics


Year: 2020

Song: Adura

Artist: Terry G

Album: N/A

Feat: Skiibii

Prod: Young John


(2.85 MB)

ft. Skiibii


[Verse 1 – Terry G]

Aada fun e ooo
Forward ever backward never
Skibii Mayana
My guy e no get wahala
As i gbagaun him phone I swear naso he answer eh
Alaye ran mi lowo
Ko ni lo le mo
Ka fori bale
Edumare a gbe wa soke
Nobody answer
Nobody bother
But God answer my prayer
Everybody say


Ye Oluwa owoicho adam e
Ye oluwa ocho eh ocho eh ocho eh
Baba gbo adura mio o

continue reading lyrics…



Terry G: I am Jesus

Singer, Terry G, has described himself as the “Jesus” of Nigerian music, saying he set the pace for the present trend in the industry.

The “Free Madness” crooner who has been silent in the musical scene for some years, claimed that Nigerians have now embraced his kind of music.

Terry G who spoke to Channels Television on Tuesday, admitted that he was criticised and discriminated because he smokes, and for his kind of music when he started out years ago.

“I’m the Jesus of Nigerian music, I’m not the Christ. The Christ is the savior, Jesus is a name, and for the fact that Jesus is the most popular name that died for us and sacrificed for us,” the singer explained.

He added, “It took me a while to take this risk that a lot of persons discriminated against me for and now, they see people smoking, doing stuff and nobody is talking. There must be a pace-setter.”

According to Terry G, he is the “Jesus” of the Nigerian music industry who set the pace and sacrificed for his artistic genre.

He, however, claimed many Nigerians were hypocritical, adding that they have embraced and supported most of the things they criticised him for in the past.

Comparing himself to rave of the moment, Naira Marley, Terry G admitted that it was not in his place to decide whether he was more influential than the UK-trained artiste.

Marley, the singer said, is only trying to ‘archive’ him, although he sees both of them “making the world go crazier.”

The “Akpako Master” also revealed that he once rejected a deal with Sony Music, claiming that it did not pay.

He, therefore, called on Nigerian singers to ensure they understand the details of every agreement before they sign deals.

In addition, Terry G urged artistes to take advantage of their fame, saying it does not last forever.

“When the lights are shining on you, do not think that they would be forever. My own fame was full of pressure, controversies,” he decried.