nicely with a sweet tune ‘Onye Nku‘
alongside Gentle. He later was
involved in some controversy as per a
diss track to Ruffcoin and then
released ‘Person Go Die‘ last year.
Checkout his brand new joint he made
with fellow indigenous rapper Bosalin
titled ‘Carpenter’ below and let us
know your thoughts.
Just when we had thought that all
the good stuffs were gone with
2015, Oga Micky drops ‘Carpenter’.
Undoubtedly the best pound-for-
pound rap act in the Igbo hip hop
sub-genre, he reaffirms his
position with scintillating delivery
over a lush production by
2gen2beatz We couldn’t help
putting it on replay.
we couldn’t move to the next song
because this is the only song for
the moment. Don’t blame us, you
are going to do exactly the same.
Form and class are permanent
features for this guy and
‘Carpenter’ is proof that he is not
even thinking about stopping
(that’s some good news for his
fans). Bosalin held his own on this
one as we clearly expected from
an act of his class.
Oga Micky’s ‘Carpenter’ is an early
message that Nigerian music will
only get better.