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Stonebwoy’s ‘Ololo’ music video crosses over 1M streams on YouTube & still trending

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President of the Bhim Nation, Stonebwoy has had his ‘Ololo‘ music video featuring Nigerian singer Teni bag over a million streams on YouTube.

The classic piece of work is trending number 18 on YouTube despite being released on September, 13 2019.

Read Also: Stonebwoy releases music visuals for his ‘Ololo’ song featuring Teni

Stonebwoy's 'Ololo' music video crosses over 1M streams on YouTube & still trending

Stonebwoy's 'Ololo' music video crosses over 1M streams on YouTube & still trending

The song is really making a worldwide trend due to how carefully composed it is. It is also fast receiving international recognition by being banged on many top radio and TV stations.

It is a great achievement to Stonebwoy and all Bhim Natives.

Checkout: Download MP3: Stonebwoy ft Teni – Ololo

Ololo is a Nigerian name. “It means precious jewel. It is a name given to a beautiful child.”

[embedded content] In Ghana however, Ololo in Ewe language means “they have melt”. It could also mean “they’re fat”.

The context in which Stonebwoy is using it means ‘his enemies have melt’.

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Stonebwoy's 'Ololo' music video crosses over 1M streams on YouTube & still trending

Stonebwoy's 'Ololo' music video crosses over 1M streams on YouTube & still trending


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