Nigerian rapper and musician Tochukwu Ojogwu, also known by his stage name Odumodublvck, is well-known for his ability to merge several genres.

It has been called the “Heartbeat of Afro Drill Rap.” Afrobeat, grime, and drill are some of the genres that the boisterous Nigerian rapper ODUMODUBLVCK blends best. He is also renowned for his feisty, hostile lyrics and performance.

One of the most unique voices to come out of the nation’s capital in the last ten years is the widely respected Afro-Drill Rapper and Hip-Hop artist. Along with being a key role in Nigerian drill music, he also performs under the name Okporoko Rhythms, a hip-hop subgenre that draws inspiration from Grime, Fela Kuti’s Afrobeat, and Progressive R&B. This musical basis serves as the inspiration for his profound, contemplative lyrics, which permeates every track and performance space he graces.

With the introduction of his single in 2017, ODUMODUBLVCK has been on a quest to create his own story. ODUMODUBLVCK has played a significant role in the growth of the music scene emanating from the nation’s capital of Nigeria, and he is now reaping the rewards of his years of hard work. He is the leader of his own Anti-World Gangsters and Blvck Sheep Music collectives, as well as a proud African who is dedicated to demonstrating that African artists can be anything they want to be.

A number of well-known musicians have worked with ODUMODUBLVCK on songs, notably BBK Grime Mc on “Frisco” for “Albany Close.” “Crazy Yp” is the top act in Abuja according to the “Bando Diaries and Dangerous” globe. For “PTSD,” Erriga, and “Vigilante Bop,” Alpha Ojini. In the “Anti-World Gangstars CD,” he also collaborated with Reeplay.