Portable, the fast-rising Nigerian singer, says he is not signed into any record label as claimed in some quarters.


The singer, born Habeeb Okikiola, gained traction with his hit track ‘Zazoo Zeh’ featuring Olamide, the rapper, and Poco Lee, the dancer.

Rumours had recently swirled that the musician was signed into a record label.

But reacting in a video shared via his Instagram page, the singer dismissed the claim and declared that “I don’t have a boss.”


Portable also aimed a dig at some people in the music industry, who according to him, have money but failed to help others with it.

“I’m not concerned about what they are saying online. Nobody signed me, I don’t have a boss, only God is the boss. What’s the point of having money and not being able to spend it. If you have money, help with it,” he said.

Since he came into the spotlight, Portable has been involved in a series of controversies.


In December, he called out Poco Lee for allegedly ripping him off on their hit track.

His rant had stirred up an altercation between him and Kogbagidi, the show promoter who manages him.

In another instance, he was spotted arguing with his manager about issues related to money, car ownership, and contract.

The musician recently released ‘Ogo Forever,’ his latest single, wherein he talked about how disappointments morphed into blessings for him.


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