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Kizz Daniel’s RTID – Rich Till I Die- Lyrics (plus translation)

Who is going to stop Kizz Daniel?

He has dropped another hit song, RTID, 2 weeks after his last one, Cough. For die-hard fans who have no intention of recovering from the last one, below is a full lyrics and YouTube video to enjoy Kizz Daniel’s latest tune.

Some quick round facts about the 8 days old tune.

1. Full meaning of RTID

RTID means as Kizz says, Rich till I die.

2. RTID Popularity...so far

Just under hours after it release, it had recorded 123k streams on YouTube daily chart, knocking off Kizz Daniel’s other song Cough from the top spot to second position.

As of day 8, RTID had amassed 4.8 million views, breaking records in various countries.

3. What the song means

RTID is a song about never ending wealth, that no matter how things become or life changes, riches will remain until death.

The song celebrates life, wealth and happiness, a step up from Buga which also pulls the same vibe.

4. Inspiration behind the song

Kizz Daniel says he likes to interpret his life experiences through music, and this song was inspired by his arrest and contractual issues in Tanzania.

5. Kizz Daniel’s RTID full lyrics (plus translation)

Intro

Hallelu, Hallelu (Obah!)
Ewu, ewu (Hallelu)
No matter the matter, RTID
Hallelu, (Kimmon!) – Kimmon means come on!
Hallelu
Hallelu (Banga!) – Banga means hot tune!

Verse 1

Suffer suffer for world, enjoy for heaven – There is lots of suffering in the world, enjoyment in heaven
This thing dey happen, happen to anyone – All that is happening can happen to anyone
I come from nothing, enter many things
But this thing dey happen, happen to anyone, eh

Pre-Chorus

I live the life that I love,
I love the life that I live
Tomorrow is not promised, but I’ll keep the things that I need
Love is in the air, wear face mask
No matter the matter o, I’ll be rich till I die

Chorus

Hallelu (eh)
Hallelu (eh)
Hallelu, I’ll be rich till I die (eh)
Hallelu (eh)
Hallelu 
Hallelu, I’ll be rich till I die
Hallelu
Hallelu
Hallelu, I’ll be rich till I die (eh)
Hallelu (eh)
Hallelu 
Hallelu, I’ll be rich till I die

Verse 2

A plan is a plan A
Better plan is a plan B
No pay no gain, no face no case 
Loke loke o, loke, loke – Loke is a Nigerian Yoruba word meaning going higher. Continue going higher in your success. 

Pre-Chorus

I live the life that I love,
I love the life that I live
Tomorrow is not promised, but I’ll keep the things that I need
Love is in the air, wear face mask
No matter the matter o, I’ll be rich till I die

Chorus

Hallelu
Hallelu
Hallelu, I’ll be rich till I die
Hallelu
Hallelu
Hallelu, I’ll be rich till I die
Hallelu
Hallelu
Hallelu, I’ll be rich till I die
Hallelu
Hallelu
Hallelu, I’ll be rich till I die

Outro

I live the life that I love,
I love the life that I live (I love when you’re hating, na your hate dey gimme money) – It is your hate that is giving me money
Tomorrow is not promised but I’ll keep the things that I need
Love is in the air, wear face mask
No matter the matter o, I’ll be rich till I die
Kimmon!
Hallelu
VADO
Hallelu
GREAT
Hallelu, I’ll be rich till I die

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