Stonebwoy drops ‘Ololo’ | Meaning Explained

Stonebwoy ‘Ololo’

Stonebwoy has released his new single ‘Ololo’ with visuals exclusively showing on TRACE Naija.

The song from the Ghanaian reggae/dancehall musician features Nigeria singer Teni.

The title ‘Ololo’ sounds very unfarmiliar with many of his fans.

As a result, the Burniton Music Group frontline act has explained the meaning of the word which is the title of the single.


It is word in the Ewe dialect (a Ghanaian language), and according to him, it has two (2) meanings, depending on the pronunciation.

The BHIM Nation boss says, the word means “Dem melt”, and “They’re fat”.

He tweeted: “OLOLO- depending on The pronunciation Means Two Things in my Local Dialect… 1. DEM MELT 2. THEY’RE FAT #ayigbeMafia.”

Aside TRACE Naija‘s exclusivity, ‘Ololo‘ will be made available to the general public on Friday, September 13, 2019.

Source: Yaw Sarpong |

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