Portable, the controversial singer, has put out a new single titled ‘Jagaban’.


The ‘Zazoo Zeh’ crooner took to his social media on Wednesday to announce the new song. 

The track serves as a tribute to Bola Tinubu, the president-elect of Nigeria.

In the song, produced by Omega, the controversial singer also aims a dig at Peter Obi, one of Tinubu’s rival in the presidential election on February 25.


“Asiwaju na boss /  I hope you’re breaking curse / Eyin omo Yoruba /  Stop denying your father / Omo Yoruba ni mi ooo /  Jasowo ma ja sigbo Obi is a boy obi komo law /  Obi kolombi Obi / Obi is a boy / Obi komo law / Won na o wa nke / Eniwaju ni ko ni relying Asiwaju ni president /  Nibo won to bee /  Afenifere lasiwaju / Jagaban na person father / Ela part one otun dowo boju / Won lo toju owo / Won tun toju epo /  Won o mo pe grace lo n lo ko lo epo / grace lo n lo / Ela part one otun dowo boju,” he sings. 

Portable became popular in December 2021 when he featured Olamide and Poco Lee in a street hop song titled ‘Zazoo Zeh’.

He has continued to remain in the public eye following his penchant for controversy.



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