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Zoro adds Chevrolet Camaro to his alert

Nigerian rapper representing 042 (Enugu) through his music, Zoro Swagbag just got another whip added to his asset whip and it is a Chevrolet Camaro.

Sharing news of the new car, Zoro wrote on Instagram;

‘Another One fi the garage, still God ?? #motivationforthestreet #mbada

Zoro who is a promising Nigerian rapper with a lot to offer, was born Owoh Chimaobi Chrismathner. Zoro Swagbag has a concrete claim to the throne of the king of Igbo rap. The eastern hip hop artiste is however still walking in Phyno’s shadow. But we cannot underestimate his skill and intelligence. He is a Nigerian indigenous rapper who can deliver his flow in Igbo language. Its even more interesting because he always spices it up with bits of pidgin. This means that non-igbo speakers can understand him peripherally.

He gained nationwide Spotlight after a few impressive records. It was not easy for music lovers to ignore hit songs like 042, Otu, Owu sa gi, Safe journey and the Flavor assisted “Ogene”.

However it was his track titled “ Landlord” that announced him as a next rated artiste. It paved a way for him into the music industry. He has another mainstream jam titled “Buy the Bar” in which he features Falz the bad Guy.

Zoro Swagbag has worked with a lot of big names in the Nigerian music industry. The list of features includes upcoming acts like Rydda, Hcien, Lord Cornel, Falz the Bad guy, Kool P and Skip.

He’s also worked with veterans like Awilo Longomba, Slow Dog and Flavour.

After he released the first version of “Ogene” featuring Flavour; he went on to do a remix which had Lil Kesh, Ycee and Flavour on it. As usual, they all did an excellent job on the song and it was well received by fans across Nigeria. Most of Zoro Swagbag’s songs are produced by KezyKlef, a top Nigerian music producer based in Enugu.

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