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.
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.”
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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