Are These the Three Rolexes in Ayo & Teo's Rolex Song?

Ayo (R) and Teo arrive at the Universal Music Group's 2017 Grammy After Party at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Feb. 12, 2017 in Los Angeles.
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Ayo (R) and Teo arrive at the Universal Music Group's 2017 Grammy After Party at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Feb. 12, 2017 in Los Angeles.

“I just want a Rollie, Rollie, Rollie with a dab of ranch,” goes the opening gambit from famed YouTube siblings Ayo & Teo on their addictive new bling-obsessed hit, “Rolex.” “Blue-face Rollie, red-face Rollie, purple-face Rollie like some Teletubbies,” chants Ayo.

Here, three coveted Rolexes for your consideration -- perfect for that “ice on your wrist” so you “look better when you dance,” to quote the song.

Blue-face Rollie

Blind them with the blue sapphire crystal on this platinum-band Rolex Day-Date II 218206, which fetches a royal fee of $61,760 from crownandcaliber.com.

Red-face Rollie

Ranking No. 7 on the top 10 list of the most expensive Rolexes in the world, the Paul Newman Ferrari Red Rolex Daytona 6565 has the cool factor of Newman and the red-hot color of the Ferrari brand -- and, at $267,203, a price tag to match.

Purple-face Rollie

The Rolex Oyster Perpetual 39 is a relative bargain-basement price, at just $5,700, compared to the others, for those on a starter-bling budget. You’ll still look fly when you dance…

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