Portable as a mix of blessing and a curse to the Nigeria music
With daily controversy, Portable has been a threat to the whole Nigerian music business.
Nigeria has produced numerous musicians over the years with ideas that have been dubbed “crazy yet very entertaining.” but Portable own is out of line, the craziness is now on another level of enormous nuisance.
from artists like Charliboy, Daddy Showkey, Zule Zoo, and many others to the famous Afrobeat King Fela Anikulapo Kuti.
Terry G, also known as the Akpako master, was the then reigning musician to dazzle Nigerians with his bizarre but fascinating notion.
His entrance into the entertainment world was heralded by the smash single “Free Madness,” which was made available in 2008 as the first single off his album “Ginjah Your Swaggah.” the song instantly became a popular street anthem, catapulting him into the mainstream music business.
Terry G inspired Nigerians to copy his wild dancing moves with a bell throughout his whole reign as the craziest musician in the country but then it was never out of proportion or way out of line for one day.
Portable, whose real name is Habeeb Okikiola, rose to fame after releasing the song “ZAZU ZEH” in December 2021.
Since then, the song has been increasingly well-known and has become a street anthem to the extent that YBNL leader Olamide, dancer Pocolee, and Instagram influencer and song promoter Kogbagidi have all collaborated on the P-Priime remix.
The remix’s addition from Olamide and Pocolee immediately became well-known and established as a street anthem.
Recently, in response to the well-known musician Portable admitting in a trending or viral video that he was a significant player in the formation of two criminal groups that terrorized Lagos people during the COVID-19 lockdown, the Police Force headquarters opened an investigation.
In a now-deleted video, Portable had bragged about founding the criminal organizations One Million Boys and Ajah Boys.