Sidhu Moose Wala: Dilemma Lyrics English Meaning | Stefflon Don

“Dilemma Lyrics Meaning” is a Punjabi-English track by Stefflon Don and Sidhu Moose Wala, produced by Guiltybeatz and Steel Banglez. It features aggressive lyricism and energetic beats, with bold declarations of fearlessness and loyalty. The repetition of phrases like “You Don’t Want This Dilemma” and “Meet My Gun” reinforces the powerful and intimidating tone.


Dilemma Lyrics Meaning Stefflon Don Sidhu Moose Wala
Title Dilemma
Vocalist(s) Stefflon Don, Sidhu Moose Wala
Lyricist(s) Stefflon Don, Sidhu Moose Wala
Producer(s) Guiltybeatz, Steel Banglez

Sidhu Moose Wala’s newest song, “Dilemma,” blends Punjabi expressions with themes of defiance and strength through its translated lyrics. Vivid imagery and gritty lyrics showcase loyalty and resilience. The song’s dynamic production fuses hip-hop and Punjabi music, creating a compelling backdrop for its fierce vibe.

DILEMMA LYRICS {ENGLISH MEANING} — STEFFLON DON | SIDHU MOOSE WALA


You Don’t Want This Di Dilemma
This is a direct challenge to the rapper’s opponents, warning them of the serious trouble they’ll face if they cross her. “Dilemma” is used here to emphasize the dire situation they’d find themselves in.
Run Up Ina Anybody Face With Di Shotta
The rapper and her crew are fearless and aggressive. They’re willing to confront anyone (“run up ina anybody face”) and use their guns (“shotta”). This line reinforces their readiness for violence.
Mi Dogs Dem Ready Fi Di Coldest Winter
“Dogs” refers to the rapper’s loyal crew or gang members. They are prepared for any hardship or conflict, even the “coldest winter,” which could symbolize a period of intense violence or struggle.
We Nuh Tek Talk But You Can Meet My Gun
You Can Meet My Gun

This line reiterates the rapper’s stance against disrespect and empty threats. She and her crew won’t tolerate talk, but they’re more than willing to let their guns do the talking. The repetition emphasizes the seriousness of this message.

Don’t Run, Don’t Run When We Pull Up And Are Done. 
This serves as a warning to rivals or adversaries. The rapper and her group exude confidence and intimidation, and their presence signals trouble.
Walk With Di K With Di Extension 
“K” likely refers to an AK-47 assault rifle, and the “extension” is a modification that enhances its power. This line underscores the rapper’s gang association and potential for aggression.
Don’t Try Diss, You Will Get Clarified Up. 
“Diss” is short for disrespect. The rapper is indicating that anyone who disrespects her or her crew will face repercussions. “Clarified up” likely implies they will be taught a lesson, possibly through force.
Inna Di Cappa Field, We Will Make Your Body Fart Up. 
“Cappa” or “copper” is slang for bullets. This is a vivid threat of shooting someone in the stomach, a potentially fatal injury.

Gangsta Tell Mi Weh Dem A Do Mavdo 
The rapper is inquiring about the plans of her associates in the gang. “Mavdo” is probably a colloquial term or a mention of a specific individual or action.
Diss A No Game, Dis A No Fisado 
This emphasizes the notion that disrespect will not be accepted. “Fisado” is likely another colloquial term with a similar meaning to “game.”
Mek A Gyal Sings Like Demi Levato. 
This is an implied threat to inflict pain or fear upon someone, likening it to a powerful vocalist like Demi Lovato.
Real Badness, Then We Step And Cut. 
This statement indicates that the rapper and her group are genuinely perilous, and they are willing to resort to violence (“cut”) if necessary.

Yuh-fi, live life, Dance yuh fi dance yuh fi enjoy
You can watch me live my life. 

The artist advises others to embrace life while she fearlessly lives hers, urging them to observe and take notes.
Shake it up.  Body, weh yuh, have you woken it up? 
This probably alludes to dancing or being active, motivating others to relax and have a good time.

No mek mi, charge up.
Chappa a go chop inna di wells fargo 

This particular line serves as a caution for others not to provoke the artist, as she will react aggressively. “Chappa” could indicate a firearm, and “chop inna di wells fargo” might suggest a bank robbery.
Gyal a get f_ck wen Benz start up
Start up, we no laugh up, and no,
everybody you see, yuh fi, talk up.

This verse implies a festive environment where individuals are socializing and enjoying themselves, along with a reminder not to confront the artist or her group.

You Don’t Want This Dilemma.
Run Up Ina Anybody Face With Di Shotta
Mi Dogs Dem Ready Fi Di Coldest Winter
We Nuh Tek Talk, But You Can Meet My Gun
You Can Meet My Gun.

My Ting Set Good My Name Jussa Pop Off
The rapper is self-assured and highly regarded, and her esteem comes before her.
If Gyal Wah War Mek Di Whole Dance Lock Off
If anybody dares to confront her, she’s prepared to put an end to the event and engage in conflict.
Wicked Wen Mi Step If A Chain It A Bruk Off
Wig Pon Ur Ed It A Come Off

She’s cautioning that she’s formidable, and those who provoke her may risk losing their valuables or even their composure.
Finga Pon Di Trigger It No Itch When It Buss
It Nuh Safe When Di Whole A Di God Them Touch
When Riffle A Slap It Neva Get Stuck
Why Oh Why Would U Play With Us

This stanza underscores the rapper’s possession of arms and her readiness to utilize them. It serves as a final notice to anyone considering challenging her.

Said I’m Looking Like A Snack Yea Baby
I Don’t Wanna Start Nothing Crazy
I Just Wanna Whine On My Baby

The rapper recognizes her own beauty but aims to steer clear of conflict and simply enjoy her time with her significant other.
But The Pagans On Me On Me
This indicates that even though she has no ill intentions, the rapper’s adversaries or foes (“pagans”) continue to focus on her, perhaps out of envy or a need to confront her.

[Sidhu Moose Wala]
Ho Uk Waliye Ni Gall Karein Tu Slang Ch
Southalll Ghumdi Aein Naddiyan De Gang Ch

Sup girl from the U.K., you use slang, and cruise around Southall with your crew.
Fresh Out Bail Munda Weapon-An De Case Cho,
Ghost-face Killah Jeyon Main Hunda Wu-Tang Ch

Just released on bail, your dude, from that firearms case. If I were in the Wu-tang, I’d be like Ghost-face Killah.
Bai-Bai Chare Pase Hundi Aa Janab Nu
Pura Karu Tere Har Asle De Khwaab Nu

They all refer to me as Big Brother and respect my name. I can fulfill all your firearm and weapon desires.
Jithe Karu Semi Auto Rakhi Teri Mithiye,
Steff Ki Ae London Ch Chal Tu Punjab Nu

I’ll whip out your semi wherever you want. Steff, London has nothing; let’s go to Punjab.

Baut Dekhiyan Ne Court Ch Yakeen Naiyo Date-an Ch
I’ve been to many courtrooms, but I don’t trust their schedules.
24 ghante sau-sau banda khada hunda gate-an ch
24/7, there will be 100 people waiting at my door.
Rakhunga Banake Jithe Rani Tainu Jattiye
I’ll make you a queen and show you opulence.
Virli Ji Paayi Aa Haweli Appaan Khetan Ch
I have a petite mansion surrounded by my fields.

Bhul Jengi Car-An Nu Ni, Kadd 5911 Nu Ni
You won’t think about your cars. Let’s bring out the 59/11 (his tractor).
Chhad Hathyaran Nu Ni Parakh Tu Yaaran Nu
Let go of their weaponry and test my loyalty (ride or die).
Gaulda Na Varaan Nu Ni Kaavaan Diyan Daaraan Nu
I am not afraid of fakes (fake calls). No cowards here.
Moosewala Jatt Kaun Puchhi Tu Star-An Nu
Ask the stars who Moosewala is.

You Don’t Want This Di Dilemma
This is a direct challenge to the rapper’s opponents, warning them of the serious trouble they’ll face if they cross her. “Dilemma” is used here to emphasize the dire situation they’d find themselves in.
Run Up Ina Anybody Face With Di Shotta
The rapper and her crew are fearless and aggressive. They’re willing to confront anyone (“run up ina anybody face”) and use their guns (“shotta”). This line reinforces their readiness for violence.
Mi Dogs Dem Ready Fi Di Coldest Winter
“Dogs” refers to the rapper’s loyal crew or gang members. They are prepared for any hardship or conflict, even the “coldest winter,” which could symbolize a period of intense violence or struggle.
We Nuh Tek Talk But You Can Meet My Gun
You Can Meet My Gun

This line reiterates the rapper’s stance against disrespect and empty threats. She and her crew won’t tolerate talk, but they’re more than willing to let their guns do the talking. The repetition emphasizes the seriousness of this message.

My Ting Set Is Good. My Name Is Jussa Pop Off.
This line means that the rapper is well-established and respected within her circle. Her name “popping off” implies that she is becoming more famous and influential.
If Gyal Wah War Mek Di Whole Dance Lock Off
This is a warning to other women (“gyal” in Jamaican Patois). If anyone wants to start a conflict, the rapper is ready to shut down the entire party (“lock off the dance”) and handle the situation.
Wicked Wen Mi Step If A Chain It A Bruk Off
Wig Pon Ur Ed It A Come Off

This emphasizes the rapper’s toughness and confidence. She’s so “wicked” (fierce) that when she enters a room, it causes chaos. The lines about chains breaking and wigs coming off are metaphorical threats, suggesting that she could easily overpower and humiliate her opponents.

Finga Pon Di Trigger It No Itch When It Buss
She’s not hesitant to pull the trigger of a gun.
It Nuh Safe When Di Whole A Di God Them Touch
Being in the presence of her entire crew (“di whole a di god them”) is dangerous.
When Riffle A Slap It Neva Get Stuck
Their guns are reliable and never jam.
Why, Oh, Why Would You Play With Us?
This is a rhetorical question meant to deter anyone from challenging them.

Said Im Looking Like A Snack Yea Baby
I Don’t Want To Start Anything Crazy
I Just Wanna Whine On My Baby
But The Pagans On Me

In this part, the rapper acknowledges her attractiveness and expresses a desire to just enjoy herself with her partner. However, the last line, “But The Pagans On Me On Me,” indicates that she’s being targeted or harassed by rivals or enemies (“pagans”), likely due to jealousy or a desire to challenge her status.

You Don’t Want This Dilemma.
Run Up Ina Anybody Face With Di Shotta
Mi Dogs Dem Ready Fi Di Coldest Winter
We Nuh Tek Talk, But You Can Meet My Gun
You Can Meet My Gun.

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Dilemma Music Video

The music video for ‘Dilemma’ features Stefflon Don and Sidhu Moose Wala, visually amplifying the song’s themes of dominance and power, making it a notable release in the Punjabi music scene. The song blends their unique styles to deliver a hard-hitting and culturally resonant track, leaving a lasting impact on listeners.

The lyrics of this song are now available in multiple Indian languages, including Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and more. To choose your preferred language, click on the translation (beta) button located at the bottom right corner.