Oladipupo Olabode Oladimeji, known artistically as Oladips, was a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and rapper born on March 24, 1995, in Ogun State, Nigeria. Renowned for his proficiency in Yoruba and Pidgin English, Oladips made a significant mark in the Nigerian music scene.
|Full Name||Oladipupo Olabode Oladimeji|
|Date of Birth||March 24, 1995|
|Age at Time of Death||28 years|
|Place of Birth||Ogun State, Nigeria|
|Occupation||Singer, Songwriter, Rapper|
Early Life and Education
Born and raised in Ogun State, Oladips completed his elementary and secondary education before moving to Lagos State to chase his musical dreams. His early life in Ogun State heavily influenced his music and lyrical content.
Oladips began his music career in 2012 and gained early recognition after winning D’banj’s “King is here” competition. This victory earned him a deal with Edge Records, owned by Reminisce. He was known for hits like “Dreams and Realities” and “5 am in Ogun State.”
- “Dreams and Realities” – Debut album featuring artists like Phyno and Reminisce
- “5 am in Ogun State” – A single reflecting his life in Ogun State
- Covers of popular songs like Adele’s “Hello” and Reminisce’s “Asalamalekun”
- “Bounce” featuring Reminisce
Circumstances of Death
Oladips tragically passed away in late 2023 under circumstances that caused a stir online. Before his death, he expressed distress in an Instagram story, indicating a need for help, which was followed by a concerning video of him collapsing.
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