Ladipoe opens up about his thought being a rapper in Nigeria.
The rapper made this known during his recent interview with Beat FM.
The heavyweight lyricist gave his thoughts on being a rapper in a country like Nigeria.
Due to his consistency in churning out hits, the Mavin Records rapper, singer, and songwriter is currently one of the most sought-after rappers in Nigeria and even Africa.
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In an interview with Beat FM’s Osi Suave, the ‘Big Energy’ rapper discussed being a rapper in Nigeria, and how, despite the many obstacles stacked against rappers in Nigeria, it is still an amazing time to be a rapper in Nigeria.
The lyricist went on to speak about his plans for the year, his plans for having a headline show, the political state of the country and how he was underrated for his entire career.
Watch the full interview below: