CDQ – Jabbing

May 14, 2018 at 15:11
CDQ – Jabbing

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Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf (conceived May 6, 1985), famously known by his stage name CDQ, is a Nigerian indigenous hip-bounce rapper and musician best known for his single “Nowo E Soke” including Wizkid and Masterkraft’s Indomie where he was highlighted close by Olamide.[1] While the previous is instrumental for propelling his vocation into the Nigerian music industry, the later won him his first profession grant at the 2016 Nigerian Music Video Awards. Marked to his name No Struggle No Success Entertainment, CDQ’s collection of music incorporates rapping in Yoruba dialect with expansion of advertisement libs, for example, the famous “Woss Wobi” which he developed.

He is a local of Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria;[3] however was conceived in Orile, a suburb of Lagos. After moving back to Lagos State from Ilorin where he had finished his optional school training, he continued to facilitate his instruction at Lagos State University where he graduated with a B.Sc in Economics.

CDQ began music professionally in 2008 when he used to be a go down artist for Da Grin before he began rapping in English dialect with M.I.[4] In 2013, he marked a chronicle contract with Masterkraft’s General Records in the wake of winning a rap fight at the week by week Industry Nite in December 2012.[5] In 2014, he discharged his leap forward single titled “Indomie” which included vocals from Olamide while the remix of the tune highlighted Davido. The Masterkraft-created tune conveyed CDQ’s profession to spotlight and further earned him two selection spots at the 2015 Nigeria Entertainment Awards and a designation in the Best Street-Hop Artist classification at The Headies 2015.

In foresight of his introduction studio collection titled Quality, CDQ enrolled the administration of Wizkid with whom he discharged “Nowo E Soke” as a lead single off the collection. The music video for the tune was coordinated by Unlimited L.A and went ahead to win the Best Afro Hip Hop Video classification at the 2016 version of the Nigeria Music Video Awards.[6][7] On 16 August 2016, he unvieled the cover craftsmanship for the album[8] before it was discharged through General Records on 22 August to positive basic reviews.[9][10] On 11 November 2016, he propelled his own record name N.S.N.S, a short-frame for No Struggle No Success Entertainment.


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