I’m The First Industry Hypeman to Boost Wizkid Out of His Chair Without Beats – Slimcase Brags

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Nigerian artist, Oluwafemi Oladapo aka Slimcase has taken to social media to proudly announce his achievements.

He stated that he was the first hypeman to successfully get Wizkid out of his seat without the use of beats.

In a recent interview on Cool FM with reality star Tacha Akide, Slimcase confidently proclaimed himself as the pioneer of “Lamba” introductions.

He boasted about his unique talent as an industry hypeman, emphasizing that he was able to captivate Wizkid’s attention without any musical accompaniment.

Following a demonstration of his skills, Wizkid even offered him the opportunity to introduce one of his songs. Despite briefly exploring other content, Slimcase ultimately returned to hyping as no one else could match his energy and charisma.

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Read netizens’ reactions below:
SP wrote: “Let’s give it to him. SLIMCASE is the IDAN of Nigeria Hyping”
A.I.M asked: “Wait is this a Job now? To boast someone out of their chair?”
Mayowa wrote: “He said he is the big introduction of LAMBA”
Olaraniyi said: “Use am collect Grammy”
Mirage noted: “Slimcase is just too real and what he said about hype no be lie he’s just too good abeg”

In other news, OdumoduBlvck, a Nigerian rapper, has made public his intention to become the Wizkid of rap in Nigeria.He added that, while he has the potential to perform core hip-hop similar to American icon Eminem, he has decided not to.

He believes that Nigerians do not comprehend hip-hop. OdumoduBlvck presented his thoughts during a recent podcast interview. He feels that Nigerians like melodious music, therefore he opted to dumb down his rap for commercial success.

He mentioned that his ambition is to make Nigerian rap entertaining, in the same way that Wizkid transformed R&B in Nigeria.

According to him, while some Nigerian singers have explored pure rap, they have failed to generate essential enthusiasm among fans.

He stated:

Some Nigerians did pure rap but they didn’t make it exciting for people to gravitate towards it.

“People said my rap sounds like nursery school rhymes. I dumbed it down so I can sell these records, so you don’t have to think twice. When you listen to my rap, if you understand the lingo you get it once. You don’t have to go to any dictionary.

“It’s not hard core rap. It’s easy. I’ve made it exciting. Just like Wizkid, I want to make my rap sweet and exciting.

“I can rap like Eminem and all these guys but bro where I come from nobody is gonna listen to that stuff. They don’t understand it.”

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