Ola Dips Biography, Age, Quick facts, Career, Education, Net Worth, Awards, Songs

QUICK FACTS ABOUT OLA DIPS

Full Name: Oladipupo Olabode Oladimeji
Stage Name: Ola Dips
Date of Birth: 24th March 1995 (Age 22)
Place of birth: Ogun State
Nationality: Nigerian
Genres: Rapper
Occupation(s): Singer, Song writer
Record label: Edge Records.

Ola Dips Biography

Born Oladipupo Olabode Oladimeji, better known as Ola
Dips, is a rapidly growing Nigerian rapper and writer born
and raised in the state of Ogun, Nigeria. Ola Dips was born
on March 24th 1995. Ola Dips is still not very popular, but he
is currently one of the fastest growing rappers in Nigeria
who has a couple of successes that have been well
received.
Ola Dips began her singing career in 2012 with her first
successful microphone appearance (Drake Ft. Cover Trey
Songz). Ola Dips grew up listening to artists like DaGrin,
9ice, 2face Idibia, Lord of Ajasa, Olamide, D’banj,
Reminisce, to name a few, revealed that the Nigerian
musicians mentioned are their source of inspiration and
have really influenced their musical career to a great extent
The fast Nigerian rapper was recognized after winning the
“King is here” contest by Kokomaster D’banj, this award
earned him a record deal with “Edge Records”, a record
label owned by the first Nigerian rapper in this moment,
Reminisce. Winning the prize earned him a recording
contract with the record label Reminisce “Edge Records”,
which is still signed at this time. The Edge Records, also
known as Omo Iya Aje, performed live on numerous large
stages, which also gave him the luxury of performing with other big stars of the Nigerian music industry. The talented rapper had the opportunity to visit some African countries a couple of times to show it. Only a few years after starting his career full time and professionally, he was able to earn a reputation and turn his name into a family brand. Like his boss Reminisce and some other indigenous rappers like Olamide, CDQ, etc., he is one of the favorite rappers of the street.
As a favorite of the road, he was able to gain fame. He
prefers to represent the road because that’s where he calls
his home. Undoubtedly, Ola Dips comes from the street and
promises not to disappoint you at any time in your life.
According to the Edge Records Act, he is currently working
on the release of songs this year and fans should expect an
album from him too.
A few years ago, when Ola Dips was still without any label
to sponsor his career, YBNL CEO Olamide Baddo confirms
his admiration for the young rapper and reflected on the
company, but insists that he would like to compete, but the
Fu problem that shares almost the same style with “Chinko
Ekun”, which is one of the main reasons why he did not sign
it. Olamide also revealed that he cannot sign two artists with
the same style or with little difference, as it will have a
negative impact on his career. If I had to sign it, it means
that one of them would change the style and the result
cannot be foreseen.
The music of Ola Dips is gaining a huge mass appeal and
her rap style is appreciated by many, especially by people
coming from the bottom of the street. It is safe to say that
the streets love it and in fact it loves them in return. In
January 2017, Naijaloaded included Ola Dips among the 5
best Yoruba rappers to see in 2017, he was included as the
first person in the list.

Ola Dips Education

Which School did Ola Dips attended? Ola Dips graduated
with a first class in Economics from the University of Jos, Plateau state.

Ola Dips Music Career

Ola Dips, which is inspired by characters such as 2face
Idibia, 9ice, Olmide, D’banj, Reminisce, Lord of Ajasa and
the legendary Dagrin, began his musical career in 2012 with
the first microphone appearance in Successful (Drake ft.
Trey Portada of Songz).
He received the award after winning the “King is here”
contest by D’banj, an award that earned him a recording
contract with the Edge Records label owned by Reminisce.
Remember that Olamide wanted to sign the young rapper
with his label “YBNL” but he had to stop it because he does
the same song model with Chinko Ekun.
Rapidly advancing so far, the rapidly growing rapper has
remained constant, maintaining healthy competition with
other indigenous rappers such as CDQ, Reminisce and
Olamide.
However, Ola Dips has been listed by Naijaloaded as one of
the 5 best indigenous rappers to consider in 2017.

Ola Dips songs

Dreams and Realities
5am in Ogun state
Hello (Adele cover)
Asalamalekun (Reminisce cover)
Bounce ft. Reminisce
Let Dagrin down
Ello Bae
Shoki
Chache
Champaigne
Rapture.

Ola Dips Featured songs

DJ Instinct “Omo better” ft. small doctor
Blood Drive “Cypher” ft. Drey, Boogey, Paybac,
Young Soss
Killertunes “Love in pieces” ft. CDQ, T-classic

Ola Dips Net worth

Ola Dips net worth is estimated 50,000 US dollars. The promising and swiftly growing rap star earns most of his profit
from his music deals and performance at Nigerian shows. Ola
is also famous for being a gifted rap performer in various
Nigerian states, particularly in the south part of the country.
Ola is scheduled to perform at several concerts.

Left The Label With 23k In My Account, But We Go Defo Gather,
WATCH!!!

The emerging and promising Nigerian rapper, Oladipupo
Olabode Oladimeji, popularly known as Oladips, announced
his departure from the LRR record label he remembers.
Oladips, also known as Omo Iya Aje, also released a new
single to call his old record label LLR and the underground
offers.
Before leaving the record label, the indigenous rapper
deleted all his photos on Instagram and withdrew everything
that associated him with his record label. Delete the LRR
information in your biography and also on your YouTube
page.
The last few days have been very difficult, when Oladips
approached the microphone to talk about his entire saga
with Reminisce and his controversial signature for the LRR
record label.
In his new single “Maybe”, he expressed regret for having
signed with the label Reminisce and remembering that he
claimed he hadn’t made any money for the label. He said
his boss then made his life impossible on the label.
Oladips said the label took advantage of him, prevented him
from making money and other business.
He advises future artists to stay away from bad contracts
with record labels, not to despair by signing agreements that
it is better to be alone and push their skills and talents.

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