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‘Ko Por Ke’ And Four Other Popular Tracks By Mohbad

His melodies captivated the hearts of many youngsters as they were relatable. But his death took many by surprise.


Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba popularly known as Mohbad

 

Nigerian singer and rapper Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba popularly known as Mohbad died at the age of 27 but his songs have continued to dominate the social media space.

The act who was formerly signed to Marlian Records left the label in 2022. He owned a record label called Imolenization.

His melodies captivated the hearts of many youngsters as they were relatable. But his death took many by surprise.

Below are some of his popular tracks :

Ponmo

In the year 2020, he released a new music video titled “Ponmo” featuring Lil Kesh and Naira Marley. The success of the song can be ascribed to its unusual fusion of Afrobeats and street-hop elements, a musical blend that appeals to a wide audience. The words of the song touch on themes such as hustle, perseverance, and the Nigerian street life experience, making it accessible to a wide range of listeners.

Marlian anthem

The Marlian Anthem is a cultural statement as much as a song. The song combines Afrobeat rhythms with street-hop components to create a sound that speaks to many Nigerians’ emotions. It also sparked social media dance challenges, with fans and influencers exhibiting their distinctive dance routines to the addictive rhythm of the song. The song was released in 2020.

Ko Por Ke (KPK)

In 2021, the singer released Ko Por Ke which stands for “KPK,” and means “It is Plenty” or “Who Says It Isn’t Plenty,” featuring Rexxie. The phrase became a catchy street hop/pop anthem.

Feel good

After the success of KPK, Mohbad went on to release another track titled “Feel good” The 2022 hit talks about his opponents attempting to catch up with him and how he hustled his way to the top.

Peace

The track which was released in 2022 and produced by Rexxie got its peak in TurnTable charts top 50 in 2021 and top 100 in 2022. The singer expressed his frustrations while expressing his wish for the calm he needs to pursue his career. One that, regrettably, would be cut short.

The singer is no more but his songs will continue to live forever.