Oladips’ debut album (Superhero Adugbo) is scheduled for release tomorrow, 16th November

Nigerian rapper Oladips is set to release his highly anticipated debut album, “Superhero Adugbo,” on November 16th, 2023. This marks a significant milestone in his career, as fans eagerly await the culmination of his musical journey in the form of a full-length album.


The Nigerian music industry is reeling from yet another tragedy as the news of rapper Oladipupo Oladimeji, popularly known as Oladips, passing away began to circulate on Wednesday morning.

His management issued a statement confirming the 28-year-old’s demise on Tuesday night around 10 pm, expressing deep sorrow at the sudden loss.

In the late hours of Tuesday, November 14, videos made the rounds on social media of the ‘Lalakukulala’ crooner seeming to have collapsed as people surrounded him.

Before he was rushed to the hospital, the 28-year-old singer took to his Instagram story to post a message asking his friend, @onlyonelifetime, who left home to get him drugs to return home.

Oladips’ Musical Journey

Oladips, whose real name is Oladipupo Olabode Oladimeji, has been making waves in the Nigerian music scene with his unique blend of rap and Afrobeat influences. His rise to fame can be traced back to his early singles and collaborations, which have garnered him a dedicated fan base and critical acclaim.

The Album: “Superhero Adugbo”

“Superhero Adugbo” is poised to showcase Oladips’ versatility as an artist, with a mix of tracks that highlight his lyrical prowess, storytelling ability, and musical range. The album is expected to feature a fusion of hip-hop, rap, and Afrobeat sounds, reflecting Oladips’ diverse musical influences and experiences.

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Anticipation and Expectations

The announcement of Oladips’ debut album has generated significant excitement among fans and the music community at large. With the release date fast approaching, there is a palpable sense of anticipation surrounding the album, as listeners eagerly await the opportunity to experience Oladips’ artistic expression in a cohesive and immersive format.


Oladips Death News

He wrote, ” @onlyonelifetime_Please Where Are You? I Done Call Your Number Tire Talk Say Make Una No Dey Leave Only Me For This House, Done Talk This Thing Like A Million Times…Not Even This Period Like This… Please Dey Come House Please Tori Olorun”.

In the video, Oladips could be heard earnestly asking his friend to transport him to the hospital. As he was being conveyed to the medical facility, his surrounding friends anxiously called out his name, as he reportedly lost consciousness during their journey.


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