In a shocking turn of events, the Nigerian music industry has been plunged into mourning as the talented rapper, singer, and songwriter, Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, professionally known as MohBad, has tragically passed away at the tender age of 27. The devastating news was confirmed by YBNL Music Executive and renowned singer, Olamide, who took to his social media account to share the heartbreaking announcement.
In a somber post accompanied by a heartbreak emoji, Olamide expressed his grief with a simple yet poignant message: “Damn! Mohbad”💔.
MohBad, who once held a coveted spot as a signee under Naira Marley’s “Marlian Records,” parted ways with the label in 2022, marking a significant chapter in his career. He had achieved notable fame for his chart-topping tracks, including “Ponmo,” “Feel Good,” and the viral sensation “KPK (Ko Por Ke),” a collaboration with music producer Rexxie. This particular hit was so remarkable that it earned three nominations at The Headies awards in 2022, underlining MohBad’s undeniable talent and influence in the Nigerian music scene.
The untimely passing of this young artist has left a void in the hearts of fans and the entire music community. MohBad’s contribution to the industry and his promising future have been cut short, leaving many to reflect on the fleeting nature of life and the profound impact he made during his brief but memorable career. As condolences pour in from fans and fellow artists alike, the Nigerian music world mourns the loss of a rising star whose music will undoubtedly continue to resonate with generations to come.