Don Jazzy Comments On OdumoduBlvck’s Music Style, Says It Reminds Him Of Old School Days
Veteran rapper, singer, and music producer Don Jazzy has praised fast-rising rapper OdumoduBlvck for having a distinct music style with a hint of old-school vibes.
In a recent interview, the Mavin CEO expressed his admiration for the rapping of the up-and-coming artist, saying that it is reminiscent of the old-school hip-hop phenomenon in Nigeria.
Speaking on how lyrically sound he feels the rapper is, Don Jazzy had to sing word for word a snippet of one of OdumoduBlvck’s unreleased track, to express his love for the lyrics.
He said “I love him [OdumoduBlvck], this is just beautiful. It reminds me of Nigerian hip hop music before our time. It gives me that old school vibes, and then fusing the urban style into it makes it cool and dope. It makes it more authentic, as it is a native style. I like him, I like him a lot”.
OdumoduBlvck black has been impressive, dropping back-to-back hits since his rise to stardom with his debut single Picanto’ which was released in 2022.
His unique style of rhythm has earned him a nomination for the 2023 headies rookie of the year award.
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