Picazo Rhap | Biography, Age, Family, Net Worth And All You Need To Know About Him

Picazo Rhap was brought into the world in 1997 and is as of now 21 years of age. His genuine name is Omogblahan Sodiq Ilabode (which means Omogblahan ‘Arrangement’; Sodiq ‘Loyal’; Ilabode ‘Blended’) however he is famously know by his stage name Picazo Rhap. He was brought up in Lagos State, Nigeria, his condition of source.

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Picazo Rhap rose into fame after releasing a cover of Chinko Ekun’s hit song, ‘Able God’ and shortly after that, Olamide followed him on Instagram. Like other YBNL artists, Picazo Rhap raps in Yoruba his native language.

On July 8th 2019, just few months after Lyta’s exit from YBNL, Picazo Rhap also announced his exit from the label.

He made the announcement via his official Twitter handle where he also appreciated the label boss, Olamide’s support within his period with the label.

Picazo Rhap had his primary and secondary school education in Lagos and then proceeded to the Lagos State University.

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Picazo Rhap’s Music Career

Picazo Rhap is a rapper, singer, song writer and recording artist who rose into fame after releasing a series of covers. He was first noticed by the DMW boss Davido after he dropped a cover of his hit song, Aza and then Olamide.

According to media sources, he started singing at a very early age and has released a good number of covers which are available in his Instagram handle. He is a very talented rapper who prefers to rap in his native language, Yoruba.

Picazo Rhap, announced his exit from YBNL, the label owned by Afro-pop singer, Olamide, less than a year after he was signed.

He announced his exit on Twitter and thanked Olamide for the platform and opportunity.

“Thanks for the support, platform, I appreciate u endlessly, I thank you deeply. #YBNL has been a beautiful part of my journey and I hope you believe me when is say I’ll never take for granted the blessings you brought me.”

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