Ladipoe, the Nigerian rapper, has come through with ‘Hallelujah’, his first single of the year.


The rapper announced the release of the song featuring Morrelo and Rozzz, the Nigerian singers, via all his social media pages.

In an Instagram post, Ladipoe said he “trusted his instincts and intentions” while making the song.

“I have been working hard on this new sound you are about to hear and more. Trusting my instincts and allowing my intentions to lead,” he wrote.


In ‘Hallelujah’, the rapper talks about prioritising his peace of mind despite being in a “dirty world”.

Rozzz and Morrelo also deliver their rhyming verses exceptionally well in the single.

“Nothing now wey go kill my vibe/ All I need is that peace of mind/ All my guys I carry for mind/ Do me well, I got you for life/ My man fall, I go stand beside/ Hundred fold, I no undermine/ Dirty world no fi stain my white/ Dirty world no fit (Yeah, but you knew that),” they sing.


Ladipoe, born Oladipo Eso, got signed to Mavin Records in 2017, becoming the first rapper signed to the label.

Since then, he has become a household name in the Nigerian music industry. He has also been recognised for his talents severally.

In 2021, he was nominated for the ‘Best International Flow’ category at BET Hip Hop Awards but lost to Little Simz, the British rapper.




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