Korlex – Aye Ole
By GuardianTV Music
28 May 2019 | 1:23 pm
Promising Ibadan based artist Korlex comes through with another hit song titled Aye Ole. Just like Travis Scott said you can't say, Korlex might be the next rated artist in the industry. Aye Ole is a song that motivates the "street" to keep doing what they know how to do best because they'd surely celebrate one day. Enjoy this mindblowing song from Korlex.
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