‘Zlatan helped us all’ says Odumodublvck and Shallipopi

‘Zlatan helped us all’ says Odumodublvck and Shallipopi
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Nigeria’s hottest artists Odumodublvck and Shallipopi are the cover stars of TurnTable magazine.

Both musicians were featured on the cover of Turntable magazine and participated in an exclusive one-on-one interview. In the Artist on Artist discussion, Odumodublvck and Shallipopi not only lauded each other but also delved into how their respective childhoods influenced their musical journeys.

They reflected on the impact of poverty, how the pursuit of greatness was driven by their circumstances, and how fame affected not only themselves but also their parents, families, peers, fans, and their mental well-being in the context of social media. When questioned about the artists who inspired and supported them, Shallipopi credited Zlatan for assisting numerous Nigerian artists on their paths. He extended his appreciation by giving a shoutout to Zlatan.

Shallipopi received plaques from TurnTable for holding the number 1 spot on the Album charts and the Top 100 chart. Shallipopi’s album Presido La Pluto spent four weeks as No. 1 on the albums chart while Cast featuring Odumodublvck spent three weeks at No. 1 on the Official Nigeria Top 100.

Odumodublvck also received a plaque certification from Turntable for holding the number 1 spot on the Album chart and Top 100. He was presented with his plaques for the No. 1 album for ‘EZIOKWU (UNCUT)’, No. 1. song for “Blood on the dance floor” and No. 1 song for “Cast” with Shallipopi. Eziokwu spent five weeks in total at No. 1 on the album chart while Blood on the Dance Floor and Cast spent four weeks and three weeks respectively at No. 1 on the Official Nigeria Top 100.

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