Our second song in 2016 is now on YouTube for you to enjoy.  We’ve gone a bit European with our language this time.

Olé

The Spanish love to say Olé when they’re cheering and the linguists believe that it may come from the Arab influence in Spain, derived from calling out  “Allah!”.  It’s believed that when a dancer so impressed their public shouts of “Allah!” were heard because you could see the power of God through the brilliant movements in the dancing.

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Bravo!

This word came into English from the Italians, it means brave.  It was, like Olé, a call of admiration at the sight of something very well done.

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As a world phenomenon thanks to you, our fans in almost every country on the planet, Triplets Ghetto Kids want to give everything we do an international flavour.  We’re still pushing ourselves to make you call out at the top of your voices, ‘Olé’! and ‘Bravo!’

 

Listen to the video here on YouTube and tell us in the comments what you think 🙂

Please like, share and enjoy

Love as always, TGK family!

 

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