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Dagrin and his music

22 Apr 2020
Born on 21 October 1987 as Oladapo Olaitan Olaonipekun but better known as Dagrin, he was an award-winning Nigerian rapper from Ogun, Nigeria. The late rapper attended Meiran community primary school, Roseille Nursery and Primary School, Meiran Community high school and Egbado College. His style of rapping incorporated Yoruba, English and Pidgin English for which…
22 Apr 2020
The Beginning In the beginning of indigenous rap in Nigeria was Dagrin, he came, spoke his truth, and left. Music, they say communicates the experiences of people and the reality of the musician/rapper, this Dagrin was able to do as a rapper. In the age where there were lots of rappers but few to succinctly…


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