In 2014, Oga Micky appeared pleasantly with a sweet tune ‘Onye Nku’ close by Gentle. He later was included in some debate according to a diss track to Ruffcoin and after that discharged ‘Individual Go Die’ a year ago. Checkout his shiny new joint he made with individual indigenous rapper Bosalin titled “Woodworker” underneath and let us know your contemplations.
Exactly when we had believed that all the great stuffs were run with 2015, Oga Micky drops ‘Craftsman’. Without a doubt the best pound-for-pound rap act in the Igbo hip bounce sub-class, he reaffirms his position with sparkling conveyance over a rich generation by 2gen2beatz We couldn’t help putting it on replay.
we couldn’t move to the following melody since this is the main tune for the occasion. Try not to point the finger at us, you are going to do precisely the same. Shape and class are changeless elements for this gentleman and “Craftsman” is verification that he is not in any case pondering halting (that is some uplifting news for his fans). Bosalin stood his ground on this one as we obviously anticipated from a demonstration of his class.
Oga Micky’s “Craftsman” is an early message that Nigerian music will just show signs of improvement.