DJ Xquisite – “ Once Again Dem Don Dey Vex Me ” ft Blaqbonez & Psycho YP

DJ Xquisite - “ Once Again Dem Don Dey Vex Me ” ft Blaqbonez & Psycho YP
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DOWNLOAD MP3 :- DJ Xquisite – “ Once Again Dem Don Dey Vex Me ” ft Blaqbonez & Psycho YP. Nigerian Disc jockey, DJ Xquisute features Blaqbonez and Psycho YP on a new single, Once Again Dem Don Dey Vex Me .

DJ Xquisute returns with a brand new single titled Once Again Dem Don Dey Vex Me featuring Blaqbonez and Psycho YP. Production credits goes to BMH

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Blaqbonez started his rapping at the age of 13, in 2009. His cousin challenged him in a rap battle against a 12-year-old who they heard over the radio rapping. Blaqbonez took up the challenge and that was when his rapping all began. In 2011, Blaqbonez started participating in underground rap battles. He eventually won Terry Tha Rapman’s Zombie Competition in 2012, beating 3000 rappers in the challenge and that brought him to the close to his fame. In the same year, he featured on Terry’s 2012 mixtape titled “World Domination” alongside top Nigerians musicians including Olamide, Vector, Mode 9, and Spellz.

Blaqbonez continued to enlarge his fanbase after he won the Tosinadeda’s radio palm wine’s, in 2015. In the same year, Blaqbonez emerged as the1st Runner up in Vector’s king kong rap competition, and he also won the Rhythmfm Freestyle Fury becoming RhythmFm’s artist of the month that year. In the same year, 2015, Blaqbonez released his third Ep titled CTAT – (Cassette Tapes and TVs). In addition to his laurels in 2015, Blaqbonez became the Hennessy Vs Class winner, a competition initiated by Soundcity. Blaqbonez became popular after he released his “South Africa Must Go” music album where he featured Oladips.

Blackbonez describes himself as BRIA – “Best Rapper in Africa” in a diss track and during an interview with The Punch newspaper. The diss track made him famous but brought lots of controversies as it challenged bigger Nigerian rappers such as M.I. Abaga and Vector. Blaqbonez later quoted that the diss track was a wake-up call to African rappers whom he described as being lazy. He was also tagged as the rapper “Carrying the torch of Nigerian rap” by the Guardian newspaper.