Late nigerian rapper Oladipupo Oladimeji, popularly known as Oladips, shed more light on his travails in a new record released in October.
The record saw the rapper praying against untimely death.
The record titled ‘Die Young’ from his soon-to-be-released album, ‘ Superhero Adugbo (The Memoir)’, saw the rapper expressing fears of dying young and only gaining fame after his demise.
A part of the lyrics go thus, “So I hope that I will get my flowers before I lose my powers and everything that makes me a human (being)
“Yes, I’m free; I just wanna live and express how I feel. I don’t wanna leave (I don’t wanna die young). Breathe, make I breathe.
“I just wanna live. I dey practice what I preach, I don’t wanna leave. Oluwa jowo make I no die before my time.”
Oladips hit the spotlight after signing a record deal with rapper Remilekun Khalid Safaru, aka Reminisce’s Les Roses Rouge (LRR)/Edge Record.
Upon his exit from LRR/Edge Records, the rapper, aged 28, founded his label, ‘Dipsciples Music.’
His death, announced on Wednesday, has thrown his colleagues and fans into mourning.