VIDEO: Olamide’s Durosoke Parody by Olubaddo | Cokobar Music Festival Oct. 6

Post by Demola OG, September 25th, 2013

Watch this entertaining parody video for Oladmide’s Durosoke performed by Olubaddo. If you are in the UK make sure you are at the Cokobar Music Festival on October 6 at the Indig02 so you can see Flavour, Olamide and Sean Tizzle perform all their massive hits.

Also watch out for the free ticket post tomorrow for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the Cokobar Music Festival.

See the Dates of the Tour below
EVENT DATE: SUN 6TH OCTOBER 2013
VENUE: LONDON INDIGO2
DOORS: 6PM
TKTS FROM £25:
LONDON TKTS: https://www.cokobar.com/eventdetail.aspx?eventid=143

FRI 4TH OCT
MANCHESTER CLUB APPEARANCE FOR OLAMIDE & SEANTIZZLE
COKOBAR MANCHESTER – CLUB BIJOU
TKTS: WWW.COKOBAR.COM

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14 Responses to “VIDEO: Olamide’s Durosoke Parody by Olubaddo | Cokobar Music Festival Oct. 6”

  1. In what universe is that considered a parody?

  2. OZIL says:

    not wat i expected LMAO!!!!!!!!!!

  3. owolabz says:

    This guy na BOLO…

  4. 9jafreak says:

    This made Clarence Peters look so bad lol

  5. skibanj says:

    this is hiliarious

  6. Moneyjar says:

    His up is down and his down is up

  7. sholascott says:

    Shey Kowale ? Ko duro Soke o !

  8. Omooba001 says:

    Are we suppose to laugh after the parody video…cos i totally forgot to do that

  9. FJOsemwekhae says:

    Brilliant lol

  10. Kilonshele says:

    Funny video but that aside.

    The Chicks in this video can get it anytime

  11. mayb u shld go and check the meaning of parody again

  12. shwgo says:

    Bra You never Get this Video oo… Na Street this Video Sops be ,

  13. Adediran Adeniyi Waliyullah A parody (pronounced /ˈpærədiː/; also called send-up or spoof), in contemporary usage, is a work created to mock, comment on, or poke fun at an original work, its subject, author, style, or some other target, by means of humorous, satiric or ironic imitation.

    How does this mock/comment/poke fun at the original video? Where is humour in it? A white man singing a black man's song (with no modification) in an advert is what passes for a parody? Would you consider the works of Harry Belafonte to be parodies? If not, in what universe is this considered a parody?

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