Mohammed Adamu, the Nigerian rapper better known as Magnito, has put out the remix for his single titled ‘Canada’. 


The singer took to his Instagram page to announce the remix featuring Olamide. 

‘Canada’ was first released in September, off the singer’s 14-track album titled ‘I Am Dodo’. 

The music project featured Odumodublvck, Chinko Ekun, Falz, Dremo, Sarkodie, and Phyno. 


Other artistes enlisted in the album are Iyanya, DJ Bobby, SNR Morris, Wizzy Flon, Mint, Brymo, and Raqque Hage.

In the remix for ‘Canada’, Magnito employs a group of men in white, posing as delivery agents while Olamide churns out stimulating rhymes. 

“We pull up like we be jagaban. All white everything like alagba/ Shey you wanna know how fit get ba/ You no fit know you are not my alobam/ Prime me a river but I won’t holla back/ I go cross that if I like Calabar/ f**k dem she wan give me lamba/ Okoko bio ko/ Give me through pass oya soko/ To ba fe ru wa oni struggle/ Fami ni rungbon no call me uncle,”  Olamide sings. 


The music video is directed by Olu The Wave.

Listen to the song below:

Magnito, 30, started rap music as an undergraduate at the University of Jos.


The rapper gained prominence in 2016 with his single ‘If I Get Money Ehn.

He has worked with an avalanche of artistes including Ice Prince, Zlatan Ibile, Umu Obiligbo, and Karl Williams.

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