Orezi – “We Don Tire”


orezi we don tire

Nigerian musician, Orezi speaks to the bad governance and impunity in Nigeria in his new song “We Don Tire.”

Orezi, at this time, is lending his voice to the EndSARS protests in Nigeria, also mentioning the sad event of October 20, 2020. This song summarily reflects the terror the Nigerian government has been unleashing to its citizens and how “We Are Tired” of it.


Esegine Orezi Allen, 34, is a Nigerian musician from Delta State. He began his music career with “I No Fit Lie” (2009) but rose to prominence with his song ‘Rihanna’ (2013). He has worked with several producers, including Kiddominant, Del B, and Dokta Frabz

He released his second album Ghen Ghen in 2015 after I No Fit Lie EP in 2010. Asides ‘Rihanna,’ he has other dope singles to his name: “You Garrit” “Shoki,” “Shuperu (Remix)” (featuring Davido), “My Queen” (2019), and the more recent “Your Body” featuring Teni (2020)

“Until accountability becomes the watchword for our leaders, Nigeria can never be great. Until our leaders start going to jail, until the judiciary stops favoring the political class, until our leaders stop looting the country’s wealth, Nigeria can never be great. A great leader is one that puts the interest of his people first, before his. End Police Brutality. End Bad Governance. A Better Nigeria is what we seek”

– Orezi.

Listen below

“We Don Tire” is produced by BananaBoy.

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