Ilerioluwa Oladimeji, the Nigerian indigenous rapper better known as Mohbad, has come through with ‘Feel Good’, his highly anticipated single.


The young rapper took to his Instagram page to announce the release of the project on Friday.

The track, which is produced by Niphkeys, Nigerian record producer, explores his topsy-turvy journey before attaining wealth and fame.

In the less than four-minute song, the songwriter also touches on the theme of grace and hope, stressing that there is a wave of opportunity in every difficult situation if one can persevere.


“Plenty enemy wey dey follow me| Maje kon mumi| Even if na die minute| Emi omo ghetto, mo ti di ajilomoto| My grace na auto| won fe ba mi ya photo| Emi ti gbera lati four thirty| Won le won ba ti| won mu won fi le| My drip on point,” he sings in a mixture of Yoruba and English Language.

The Amapiano-inclined single comes right after ‘Light’, his 2020 EP, released under the auspices of Marlian Music, a record label owned by Naira Marley, the controversial Nigerian singer.



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