A week after Lami Phillips has released her latest single “Kotobata” featuring Olamide off her upcoming album Pieces of Love, we are still none the wiser what “Kotobata” actually means so we thought perhaps we could ask Lami to enlighten us.
used to describe a person, place, thing or situation that has wahala, trouble or depicts a scattered mess.
“The wife is in #KOTOBATA o! Her husband caught her cheating with the gateman.”
“This your outfit is #KOTOBATA, you look like Mary Amaka.”
“That club is #KOTOBATA, the people there are perpetually high and confused.”
Not only did Lami educate us on the correct use of the word, in the spirit of the season, she also decided to treat a few lucky readers to a few exciting treats including airtime, cameo appearances in the “#Kotobata” video, dinner and a night stay at Eko Hotel & Suites and a whopping $1000.
In order to grab these prizes, all you have to do is:
- Follow @lamiphillips on Instagram, Twitter and like her Facebook page.
- Listen to “Kotobata”
- Upload a video of you singing your favourite part of the song OR a video describing a KOTOBATA situation OR a funny meme describing KOTOBATA on Instagram
- Tag @lamiphllips @fabafricanblack and @fusengn @360nobs on your share*
- Use #KOTOBATA *
Entries with the wrong or missing tags and handles will be invalid. The people with the most likes and ginger win.
Cameos in the KOTOBATA video
Dinner and a night at Eko Hotel and suites