Terry G to raise Dagrin from the dead
April 22nd, 2010 remains indelible in the hearts of family and friends of Oladapo Olaonipekun, popularly known as DaGrin, and Nigerian music industry as on that day a rising star, rap artist extraordinaire was lost to the world, as life was snuffed out of him.
But we are in March you’d say. Yes, Terry G has recalled DaGrin to our minds this day by revealing he is releasing a new song featuring the late DaGrin. His planned collabo with the late rapper who took indigenous language rap to a great height before his demise in a fatal car accident, is set to hit the airwave soon.
Terry G shared a photo of DaGrin on Instagram, captioned: ‘Terry G ft legendary Dagrin soon to come…#blood @dagrin9ja….u can never be forgotten…still number 1…you inspired a lot …#DAGRIN4LIFE #barakogrin.
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