Ndolo paints vividly the image of a relationship wherein the male partner uses sweet words and intrigues to entice the female partner who succumbs to his advances but fail to engage at the end of the day. Blanche Bailly in this song succinctly condemns men whose prime aim of a love affair is the ‘tohtoh’ and the ‘mbochoh’.
The song seeks for more love, care, respect and empowerment accorded the woman folk by their male counterparts.
Ndolo is sonorously crafted byuprisingcameroonian producer Maccoy alongside Blanche’s long-time partner in crime phillbillbeatz. KmasterK Mix gave it the impeccable sound quality with mixing and mastering.
Born Larinette Blanche Tatah, Blanche Baillyis a CameroonianBuea-based award-winning artist. She debuted her musical career in London before moving over to Cameroon in 2016. She has so far 4 released four top-charting singlesKam we stay, Mimbayeurft Mink’s, Dinguo and Bonbon.
On the continental level, she has toured Gabon, Côte D’Ivoire, Equatorial Guinea and the Congo Republic. Mid 2016 saw Blanche touring Europe in what was known as Mimbayance Europe Tour which took her to France, the UK and Belgium.
She got nominations at the 2018 editions of PRIMUT in Côte D’Ivoire, the African Entertainment Awards (EAEUSA) in New Jersey, USA as Best Female Central/west Africa, plus nominations for Best Female Artist in central Africa and Most Promising Artist in Africa at the 2018 edition of the All Africa Music awards (Afrima awards), and Best Video for Bonbon at the Balafon music awards.