‘I won’t fake my death to blow’, Keedy Ken chides Oladips


Nigerian fast rising musician, Salaudeen Rasheed Adeyinka, better known as Keedy Ken, has took a jibe at Oladips for faking his death in order to promote his just released album. 

Recall that Oladips’ management, in a statement released via his Instagram page on Wednesday, announced that the rapper passed away on Tuesday, November 14, 2023. His death has been confirmed to be a lie by his colleague and close associate, Qdot. 

Keedy said, “my style of music, sounds and unmatchable pen game will make me stand out, and I deserve to be at the top of Nigeria music industry. I will compete and blow (be known worldwide) without faking my death.”

The musician said he would not see any musician as threats, stressing that it was high time for him to replace the ‘stream farmers’ at the top echelon of the Nigerian music industry.

He recently released four singles, and they are Good morning, Murewa, Love song and Wonder.

The Lyrical Merchant as he’s fondly called by his peers also said “art is infinite, music has no limit. The Nigerian music industry is doing very good and it can always get better as many situations are yet to be properly narrated melodiously.” Keedy Ken is set to release his debut EP this December.