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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Doubledutch Out With Olurombi & Pelemo

Stage name is Doubledutch aka Twins Of life recently dropped two singles which can be classified by Ajebo and Moyo (Naija Fm) as “the two back to back music” titled Olurombi (old folk story) and Pelemo (Shina Peters).

The duo started recording professional recording last year, they have couple of “back to back” musics recorded and they are great stage performer too. They proved that to everyone that attend Naija FM comedy and award nite on the 3rd of Nov. 2012.


They shut down the show with the best performance of the night despite the fact they performed along side with other arts like Davido, Tilla man, Eva, Ajebutter22, Omo Akin, Phenom, FlowsiCk and much more The new name Doubledutch’s being tag with now is “the new music indoor Psquare”… Apart from the fact that they are identical twins like psquare, they are also a great choreograph dancer… The duo were born in Lagos Nigeria and have a little musical background experience while they live in hackney, kingsmead estate in London, so don’t be surprise if their Yoruba language is a bit funny.



15 comments:

  1. The old folk story, the iroko tree? Anytime i'm at the Bellagio, i sing "Olukaluku jeje ewure, Olukaluku jeje aguntan. Oluronbi jeje omo re. Oluronbi o join join. Iroko join join.

    *old me*

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    1. Omo Ibo its:

      Oluronbi je je ewure
      Ewure, ewure
      Oluronbi je je aguntan
      Aguntan bolojo
      Oluronbi je je omo re
      Omo re apon bi epo
      Oluronbi O!
      Joun joun
      Iroko
      joun joun
      Oluronbi O!
      Joun joun
      Iroko
      joun joun (

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    2. E se Omo Yoruba.

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    3. Actually, Ginika, you're right.

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    4. Omo Yoruba!!! *real falling of hand*

      If you know the story behind the song, you would know Ginika's version is correct or is Oluronbi the only one that she had to pledge all her properties (according to your own version). She pledged her child (unlike others who promised animals) and couldn't/didn't want to fulfill her promise, hence the song.

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    5. E se pupo Fatimah and Anonymous 30 November, 2012 09:41. As an Omo Igbo i didn't want to argue with dear Omo Yoruba.

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  2. Wtf is with adding "of life" to everything. Its getting annoying.

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    1. I second u,its annoying.

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  3. whats with the poor use of english eh?

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  4. Don't you edit?
    Hei chim oh!

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  5. Errmmmm PsQ r NOT identical!
    Big up 2 Hackney!
    Billie jean

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  6. This article is so poorly written Ladun! C'mon! You really ought to edit the things you post. Your readers deserve better.

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  7. 'The duo started recording professional recording last year' Ladun Liadi, I greet you oh.

    xoxo

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  8. Ladun!! You need to proof read your blogs, today alone I can count 5!!! Grammatical errors........abeg no use shells kill us now!!
    # ifudontpostthisuwilllosealoyalreader.

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    1. Eri awon loyal reader oloyinbo ile-ile; "proof read your blogs" ba? *smh* Chances are that you will kill yourself before Ladun gets to you. Aunty Ladun eyin na e lo ko oyinbo or did you go to night school?

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