Jaido P, the fast-rising Nigerian indigenous rapper, has come through with ‘Survive’, a vibrant-mid-tempo single. 


In the Afro-pop track which was put out on Wednesday, Jaido P enlisted the help of Olamide, Nigerian heavyweight rapper.

The single was accompanied by a high-definition video, which explores the sober and emotional state of the two indigenous and street-oriented rappers.

“Had a hell of a week| what a hell of life|Omo I know no how I survive| If you give me your love I go feel alright| You go ease my stress| I go fit survive,” Olamide sings on the hook in a reflective state.


“Love is in the air so emin breathe fine| Sick inside but I’m still fine| Cigarette lowomi  as I dey sip wine| Rolex for my baby we spending rich time| And I know say i don repent| Was a bad boy when we met,” Jaido P raps emotionally with carefully crafted lyrics to accompany the soft afrobeat.

This is not the first time the two rappers will be working together.


Last year, they both featured on ‘Tesina Pot’, a hard-core but explicit song, where both rappers dished out obscene lyrics on a curious beat.

The ‘Brokoto’ crooner released ‘SEH!’, his first debut extended play, in 2019.

Shopla, as he is fondly called, is a contemporary of the likes of Fireboy, Blakbonez, Fedora, and Cheque.  The talented artistes are part of generational talents who are all alumni of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Nigerian University. 



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