Odumodublvck: Nobody paved way for me

Nigerian rapper Tochukwu Ojogwu, popularly known as Odumodublvck, has said that no musician paved the way for him or other successful artistes like Wizkid and Burna Boy.

Veteran singer Eedris Abdulkareem had claimed in a recent podcast interview that he paved the way for Davido, Burna Boy, Wizkid, and other Nigerian artists.
However, reacting, Odumodublvck said such a statement is an attempt to claim “God’s glory.”

He said it was the hard work and determination of Wizkid and Burna Boy that took them to where they are today.

The self acclaim Industry Machine said artists can only inspire each other, but maintained that only God can pave the way to success.

On his X handle, he wrote: “Everybody dey claim pave the way. Everybody trynna claim God’s glory. None of you n*ggas paved the way for no one.
“Nobody paved the way for Wizkid or Burna [Boy]. They hustled. All of us get our individual struggles and realities.

“Inspired? Yes. Paved the way? That’s God.

No human being in the history of music has paved the way for Odumodublvck. That’s God. So tomorrow make no OG come dey talk say e paved way for me, cause bros, you were not there when I was in the deng! So keep quiet sir.”
NOBODY PAVED THE WAY FOR WIZKID OR BURNA. NOBODY.
“Because you are a brand, you are a public figure, I am nobody’s role model. Jesus is there, follow Jesus. Do not follow me. I fornicate, I drink, I smoke. You want to make me your role model, you must be a dummy,” he added.

“I never came here to say I am the holiest guy but do not bring that shit to me. I feed my family with this, this is my hustle.”
Odumodublvck is known for his stage performance and genre-blend.

Recently, Odumodublvck signed a record deal with NATIVE Records, in partnership with Def Jam Recordings.

In October, he released his 14-track mixtape titled ‘Eziokwu’.

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