It appears that some British pop stars of African origins cannot have enough of DBanj’s hit single, ‘Oliver Twist’. After songstress, Estelle did her female twist on the song, the ‘party hard’ man himself, Donaeo has also released a new Freestyle called ‘Challey in the Chocolate Factory’, that samples ‘Oliver Twist’.
The up-tempo Caribbean mix features Anton Romero, the new signee to Donaeo’s label, Zephron. And unlike Estelle’s version that gave the thumbs-up to Kanye West, Usher, Tinie Tempah and others, ‘Challey in the Chocolate’ tells the story of Challey and the girls he loves and wants to get with.
Some of the names that dropped out of the mouths of Donaeo and Anton included Stacy Dash, Tyra Banks, Vanessa Williams, Alisha Bailey (Misfits), Rihanna, Jada Pinkett, Amber Rose and others.
Born Ian Greenidge, Donae’o (meaning Gift From God) is an English singer and rapper of Ghanaian decent from north-west London, and so it isn’t surprising that he uses the famous ghanian expression for a guy, Challey, in his song. He has also collaborated with Ghanaian artists like Tinny and Sarkodie.