The management of Oladips, the late Nigerian rapper, has put out his much-anticipated album titled ‘Superhero Adugbo’.


Oladips passed away on Tuesday night, leaving the music industry in total shock.

He died at the age of 28. His management said the rapper “battled within himself for over two years” before his death.

On Thursday, the management of the late rapper announced the release of the 17-track project via his Instagram page.


In the album, Oladips enlisted the vocal dexterity of Trod, another rapper.

The songs in the body of work include ‘Superhero Adugbo’, ‘Ori’, ‘Aniyikaye’, ‘Wabillah’, ‘Jay Z Ojota’, ‘Skusku’ and ‘Allah Walahi’.

Other tracks are ‘Young Tinubu’, ‘Can’t Sleep At Night’, ‘Angeli’, ‘Mura’, ‘Odia’, ‘Young Nigga Dream’, ‘Die Young’, ‘Motivation’, ‘Agba Awo Trenches’ and ‘Legend’.


Born Oladipupo Oladimeji, the rapper rose to stardom after winning D’banj’s ‘King Is Here’ competition.

The win also earned him a record deal with Edge Records label owned by Reminisce, another rapper, in 2015.

Oladips released his first song in 2012.

While in the music label, he enlisted Reminisce for ‘Lalakukulala’, one of his hit songs.


He left the record label in 2018 after a disagreement over music promotion.

In 2021, he teamed up with Zlatan Ibile, the indigenous rapper, for the release of a four-track EP ‘Mainland To Island’.

The rapper also put out a plethora of hit songs that earned him a name in the country’s music industry.



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