Artiste Of The Week: Qdot
Despite Qdot using socially inclined ‘lambas’ is his songs, he will not end a track without giving hope to listeners
Born Fakoya Qudus Oluwadamilare, also known as Qdot or Qdot Alagbe is one of the prominent indigenous rappers in Nigeria, he sings and raps effortlessly in Yoruba language.
Qdot’s style of music is a blend of hip-pop and street-hop with an infusion of white garment music style. He is unique in his music and has no visible competition because of his arty way of singing.
The singer has made himself a force to reckon with since he dropped his debut single, ‘Story of My Life’ in 2010 and continues his energetic tempo of churning out unrivaled songs. Standing tall amongst his peers in the music industry, Qdot is indomitable when collaborated with, he pours out his heart, singing at his best anytime he handles the microphone.
Last week, the brain box released his very first music for the New Year to activate his musical projects for 2020. The new music titled ‘Jaiye’ was released alongside its official music video which was directed by Frizzle and Brizzle films.
As SEPTIN911 previously reported, ‘Jaiye’, is all about party and spending lavishly. He coined the vibrant single out of up-tempo beat and energetic lyrical content that flow from incredible verses to enthusiastic chorus.
The pulsating song didn’t come to life without some elements of controversy. The singer took a slight diss at Naira Marley and Wande Coal while making up the lyrics of the song.
Despite Qdot using socially inclined ‘lambas’ is his songs, he will not end a track without giving hope to listeners. His lyrics, when analyzed, are laced on street slangs, motivational and inspirational contents.
We’re confident Qdot will keep up with his constituency and keep dropping thrilling songs for his fans to groove on.