Oladips was born in Ogun State on Walk 24, 1995
He started rapping and entered the “Ruler is Here” contest at 17
Nigerian rapper Oladips otherwise known as Oladipupo Olabode Oladimeji died at 28 years old, as affirmed by his administration in an Instagram post.
“We are still in shock right now,” his directors composed on Instagram. The message expressed that he “kept his fights inside himself” for a long time, notwithstanding, it obscure caused his demise.
“His narrating rap was incredible,” X, a previous fan, remarked on Twitter.
Hermes Iyele, a contender on Big Brother Naija, communicated bewilderment at the youthful rapper’s passing and said, “May God award the family the beauty to convey this misery.”
Who was Oladips?
Oladips otherwise known as Oladipupo Olabode Oladimeji was a Nigerian rapper. Oladips was born in Ogun State on Walk 24, 1995, as per legit.ng. His actual name is Oladipupo Olabode Oladimeji, as was recently referenced. As per reports, he went to the College of Jos, Level, to get his financial matters degree.
At 17 years old, he started rapping and entered the “Lord is Here” rivalry, winning it. He began working with the Nigerian record mark Edge Records and continued to put out new music.
Rapping on political issues, including the ENDSars shows against police ruthlessness, Oladips was a talented performer. In his melodies, he additionally addressed psychological wellness and wretchedness.
Well known hip-bounce figures perceived his ability, and he quickly started to play at different occasions. He intended to join the Olamides YBNL, however it was foiled by the way that Chinko Ekun shared almost a similar rhyming style as him and the record mark.
Craftsmen like D’banj, Ruler of Ajasa, 2Baba, and others impacted Oladips. Among the many singles, he gave were Let Dagrin Down, Shoki, Alubarika, Kwarantine, and a few others. 2011 saw NaijaLoaded show him as one of the main five native rappers of the year.