The chorus reads in Yoruba language;
“Parole ninu yin ma n dun
Irole le ma n we
Ale le ma n fine
Weekend le ma n ta
T’e ba ni parole ninu yin ma n dun
Pata kan f’ose kan, e t so di uniform x2
Oju mi logbo, obo mi ogbo
K’oju to gbo, obo ti baje
Oya ko shedi balabala
“Parole makes you happy
You only take your bath in the evenings
You’re only beautiful at night
You only sell over the weekends
Whenever you have parole, that’s when you’re happy
You wear one pant for one week like it’s a uniform
I’m only old facially, but my v*gina is fresh
But before the face got old, the v*gina was already ruined
Now wiggle your bum…”
As stated earlier, this song is about call girls and their clients or suitors. It’s for women who are active with the night life; strippers, roadside prostitutes and their affiliates.
In an era where Nigerian women are embracing their sexuality, ‘Shedi Bala Bala’ came at an ideal time.
It is coming just weeks after #Silheoutte Challenge caused massive commotion on social media.
At the time, #SilheoutteChallenge was the number one trending topic on social media for almost two weeks.
‘Shedi Bala Bala’ is the Nigerian version of the aforementioned challenge, however, this particular single is a tribute to women who are about the night life.
Currently the number one trending topic on Twitter; the video compilation of the challenge is making headlines on Instagram.
1st News has also garnered some of the most ferocious ‘Bala Bala’ dancers on social media.
It is important for our audience to grab a bowl of pop corn and enjoy the compilation below