Dablixx Osha, a well-known Nigerian trap rapper, passed away at the age of 27. Is Dablixx Osha Dead or Still Alive? Death Day for Dablixx Osha (November 8, 2022).
Nigerian singer-songwriter Dablxx Osha was born Oniyide Azeez in Lagos on August 27, 1995. The rapper and trap musician is well-known for his online freestyle. These have aided in his Instagram presence growth and fan and follower growth. In Yoruba and English, he released freestyles and trap music. His rap tracks touch on a variety of contemporary issues, including betrayal, street smarts, trust, grief, and more. His tattoos added to his “rap life,” despite the fact that he succeeded at WJS Records.
Oniyide Azeez, popularly known as Dablixx Osha or Osha Marleba, is a Nigerian Trap rapper and composer who was born in Lagos State. He is 26 years old.
After sharing a number of Instagram freestyle videos showcasing his command of the regional Yoruba dialect, he quickly gained notoriety online.
With his catchy phrases, Dablxx Osha, who is signed to MMG Records, earns new fans every day. Another industry rediscovering gold is this one.
According to reports, DJ Ruff Lemon has named the celebrated 26-year-old artist. Ikorodu Lil Wayne was allegedly educated by a music publisher and talent manager. He claimed to have introduced Dablixx Osha to influential figures in the field and to have mentored him early in his career. He wants to get paid if Dablixx Osha becomes well-known in the music business. DJ Ruff Lemon discusses his contributions to the career of the rising musician. He also talked about how he worked with Dablixx Osha to make it very impossible to enter the field.
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While trap musician Dablxx Osha had dabbled in music before, his best work was uploaded to Instagram when he launched the social media platform.
According to his personal Instagram page, he is currently Nigeria’s most well-known indigenous trap musician. Dablxx Osha, a musician from Lagos State, has recorded a number of singles and also published his EP 50 and Moller