25 responses to “Oriki Ile Yoruba No. 1”

  1. MickJagoffable

    As long as the World spins the Yoruba will continue to prosper. God Bless Yorubaland.

  2. nicolerowan

    My 2 year old loves this!

  3. anna diaspora

    YOU ARE RIGHT , IT IS NOT COMPLETE, EKITI PEOPLE pls. someone should help sing the oriki of the EKITI LAND.

  4. anna diaspora

    EWESO O TO ALL THE YORUBAS WORLD WILD

  5. gwuci

    Aba ni ikan nda, ikan kan ko lee jokuta. Ibi ta ba pe lori, baba enikan ko le fi tele. O seewo!

  6. SadeQueen1

    i wonder why he did not mention Ekitiland, the oriki is not complete.

  7. MrSanmmy

    Missing home

  8. oreofetofunmi

    i love this, it’s just that i can find my state’s oriki -ekiti. i will like to listen to the oriki of ekiti. thank you and keep up the good work

  9. BeautyAfricanng

    I love this . i have always advocated for the promotion of our cultural heritage. Am proud to be of yoruba lineage and a Nigerian too.

  10. OLADEINDE ADEWALE

    This is awesome

  11. jlopez890

    i just love ma culture,,, how i wish i was fluent…… its a beautiful language…

  12. Ade Sina

    Am Proud to be a Nigerianand am proud to be a Yoruba man. thks alot for making us appreciate our culture.

  13. flavia fon herbertt

    Me abandonaram depois que nasci em Osá Nyi Omi Walé Efúm Mòla e assim tem sido desde de então……

  14. bolafication

    HASSAN, THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS VIDEO FROM WASHINGTON DC

  15. bjinter

    This oriki is simply fantastic,I am proud to be a Yorubaman. Lets celebrate our culture!

  16. irene201mai

    Thanks beloved. The first song is talking about how OYO (pronounved horyor) came to be, and the king and indigenes of oyo choosed the particular spot they live in. The “oriki” (i.e the words or song belonging to a particular yoruba person, house, town, village or state) of oyo has it that when d oyo people set out on their journey to an unknown destination, the ifa oracle told d people to stop when they get to the slippery ground that fell them in their previous journey……. It is a long story

  17. plentystuffs

    It is!

  18. cabletelcom

    Veriy good

  19. Kell1295

    JuJu better believe it

  20. Kell1295

    I am feeling this and cannot keep still. This is such happy music.

  21. PrincessEnitan

    When is Babatunde going to give us the Oriki Oja? I thank him for the Oriki Onikoyi but you cannot have a father withou a mother. Pls. Tunde, ki mi re ile oja ojare.

  22. mrabdullah71

    I KNEW YOUR PPL WERE JUJU PPL LOL
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  23. zookat

    This is a very d-e-e-e-e-e-p delivery. Thanks!

  24. oluwalogbon58

    they say when an elder, “agba “curses you in yoruba that curse will come to pass , you dont want to be cursed by your elders.. they are very powerful spiritually.

  25. DeBabysMama

    I am from Nigeria. I wish I understand or speak Yoruba. I think it is a very beautiful language.