19 January 2013

Nigeria: Award Winning Rapper Vector Drops Video

Award winning rapper Vector has just dropped a video. The video titled Follow Me Dey Go, which is set to raise the standard and increase the competition among rappers in the hip hop music genre.

The artiste, whose track Angeli featuring 9ice has won multiple awards notably the Headies 2012 for Best Rap Single and Lyricist on the Roll as well as the Nigeria, Music Video Award (NMVA) Best Afro Hip Hop.

Known for his lyrical style and flow, Vector released a mix tape 'Bar Racks' to celebrate his birthday in August last year and to appreciate his fans for their support over the years. Afterwards, Vector Da Viper released his second studio album titled "The Second Coming" last December 2012.

From his first album, State of Surprise, released in 2010 which featured 2 Face Idibia, General Pype, Chuddy K, Ade Piper, Emmsong and Sista Soul and with productions from H-Code, Sam Klef, Da Piano, J-Smith, Xela Xels and Vibez Production, the artiste keeps his name heard either with his own music or collaborating with another artiste. Recently, His collabo with upcoming artiste, Sexy Steel in the single, Bebedi Alhaji was given the Nigeria Music Video Awards' Video of the Year as well as the Best Indigenous Concept Award.

Over the years, the young lyricist keeps waxing stronger in his trade and this has accounted for most singers inviting him to do collabos with them because of the touch his lyrics adds to their music.

Signed to YSG entertainment label, Olanrewaju Ogunmefun (his real name) has carved a niche for himself since he became the voice behind the Sprite commercial that has aired on most radio stations across Nigeria since 2009.

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