Oladipupo Olabode Oladimeji, better known by his stage name Ola Dips, is a Nigerian rapper, singer, composer, and text battler. He was born on March 24, 1995, in the state of Ogun in Nigeria. Ola Dips is 28 years old.
Remember when you used to sign Ola Dips? EDGE/LRR Records decided to terminate his contract as a result of the issue he had with his boss Reminisce. It was after he came in second place in D’Banj’s The King Is Here Challenge that he made his most significant advancement.
What Happened to Oladips?
Rapper Oladipupo Oladimeji, better known by his stage name Oladips, has passed away. The rapper, only 28 years old, died on Tuesday night after apparently being brought to the hospital with a mysterious ailment. The rapper’s management announced his death on Wednesday morning via the artist’s official Instagram page.
“We are saddened to inform the general public that Oladipupo Olabode Oladimeji aka OLADIPS passed away yesterday Nov’14 Tuesday evening, at exactly 10:14 pm. We are still in shock as we speak!
“For over 2 years he has kept his battles within himself, his body is now with his family & funeral service will be announced as soon as it is concluded!
“The family asked that we respect their privacy in this trying time. May God give us all the fortitude to bear this great loss. (Amen) -Management,” the statement reads.
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Only two months have passed since the death of rapper Oladimeji Aloba, better known by his stage name Mohbad. This news has put the entertainment industry into another state of grief within the span of two months as fans and music artists alike are in shock over the death of another rapper.
Ola Dips Music Career
Ola Dips, who has cited 2face Idibia, 9ice, Olamide, D’banj, Reminisce, Lord of Ajasa, and the late legendary Dagrin as influences, made his debut on the mic in 2012 with a rendition of Successful (a version of a song by Drake and Trey Songz).
To further his career, he won D’banj’s “King is here” competition and was subsequently signed to the Reminisce-owned record label Edge.
Remember that Olamide wanted to sign the young rapper to his label “YBNL” but ultimately decided against it since the new artist’s music follows the same formula as that of Chinko Ekun’s?
Now in the present day, the rapidly ascending rapper has stayed true to form, keeping up a spirited rivalry with fellow indigenous rappers such as CDQ, Reminisce, and Olamide.
But Ola Dips is one of the top 5 indigenous rappers to look out for in 2017, according to Naijaloaded.
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Ola Dips Feud With Reminisce EDGE/LRR Records
Those who keep tabs on the Nigerian music industry were taken aback on July 1, 2019, when news broke that Ola Dips had terminated his contract with LRR/EDGE Records. He went on to accuse Label CEO Reminisce of contract fraud and incompetence in a song he later released.
He claims this happened because less money was put into his music career because his career did not take off as rapidly as expected. The record business maintained they were only providing assistance; they did not have a contract.
In the song, Ola Dips claimed that the label had cheated him out of $23,000 (about $63) and that he was leaving the company as a result.
The fact that they are frequently seen posting comments on one other’s Instagram images has sparked fresh rumors that they are in good communication mode and have both moved past their quarrel.
Ola Dips Songs
- Dreams and Realities
- 5am in Ogun state
- Hello (Adele cover)
- Asalamalekun (Reminisce cover)
- Bounce ft. Reminisce
- Let Dagrin down
- Ello Bae
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