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Pulse List 5 things late rapper Dagrin would have done by 2015

What would have Dagrin been doing in 2015? Check our list to find out

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Dagrin play Dagrin is still revered amongst many in the Nigerian rap game. (Sahara Reporters)

Today is the post humous birthday of late Nigerian rapper Dagrin.

It's the been five years the enigmatic rapper who touched a nerve in the music scene has passed on. In remembrance of his achievement as indigenous rapper we have listed five things Dagrin would have done in 2015.

Late Zara Gretti, Late Dagrin, and Toolz play

Late Zara Gretti, Late Dagrin, and Toolz



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  1. Dagrin would have released fifth album, cementing his status as legendary Nigerian rapper. The Yoruba speaking rapper would have pushed out his fifth album sometime this year, and helped make him an unarguable legend in the rap music scene. Dagrin made indigenous rap viable in Nigeria, and it is most likely would have continued his impressive run for five more years at least.

  2. Would have had one or two baby mamas. Every Nigerian male act has one or two baby mamas. You could bet that Dagrin would have been on that trend. His female fan base was growing rapidly before his untimely demise. Surely the 'Pon Pon Pon' rapper would have had one or two kids before saying 'I do'.

  3. Cult following on social media - Till today Dagrin still has cult status on the streets. He is still revered in many hoods. By the time of his death, social media was just popping. His Twitter account was gradually becoming famous before he died. If he was still around Dagrin would have had a huge following on social media right about now. Going viral would have been too easy him.

  4. Had beef with an indigenous rapper - It's inevitable in Hip-Hop music. With the plethora of indigenous rappers we have today, Dagrin would have dropped a few diss tracks directed at some new comers challenging his throne.

  5. Collaborated with an international rapper - No doubt, Dagrin would have collaborated with an international rap act. His death was reported by the BBC which goes to show his rising influence.

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