7. “Bibia Be Ye Ye”
What does it even mean? I am sure you are all asking that, if you haven’t Googled it already. This song is written in the Twi, the Ghanaian dialect. From Ghana, “Bibia Be Ye Ye” means “All Will Be Well,” which in context of the lyrics is a perfect match. Ed’s mix and match of styles if what really makes this song shine.
The Feels: We have all been there. Everything is going wrong and it seems like you can’t stop making mistakes. You just have to pick yourself up by your boot straps and try to make the best out of it. Ed gives us a vulnerable piece about admitting he is messing up and that he knows why.
The Lyrics: Hearing the Twi language really draws attention to the song. After hearing it the first time, I had to Google the meaning. No matter where his shoes are, or his keys, he remembers that all will be well eventually.
The Beat: I have to tap my foot to this song because the beat is so positive. It gives us a sense of the “bright side” we are all trying to look at.