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Watch the Music Video for Stonebwoy and 'Ololo' Featuring Teni

A fire collaboration!

Ghanaian rapper Stonebwoy enlists Nigerian artist Teni the Entertainer for his latest single 'Ololo,' his latest since dropping "Tuff Seed" earlier this summer.

The duo shine as they exchange loving lyrics atop sultry, upbeat production by Prinx Pappi. Stonebwoy opens the track with a fiery verse about giving his all to a love interest, while Teni brings the her usual high-energy to the second verse as she delivers passionate lyrics directed at a lover. Their musical chemistry, making for a catchy jam-worthy track.


Teni has dropped a couple of singles of her own this year, including "Uyo Meyo," and the standout single "Suga Mummy." She's also featured on songs with Skiibii, Falz and DJ Neptune. We'd say that "Ololo"is one of her most noteworthy so far this year, as she sounds very much in here element on the track. She also earned a BET award nomination earlier this year for Best New International Act.

Back in April, Stonebwoy released the memorable track "Shuga" featuring Jamaican dancehall legend Beenie Man.

Update 9/17: Stonebwoy and Teni have shared the high-energy music video for "Ololo," directed by Prince Dovlo. Watch it below.

Stonebwoy - Ololo (Official Video) ft. Teni youtu.be

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