360Hawt: White Nigerian – Very OK ft J. Martins

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The one and only White Nigerian, has released a hot new highlife track entitled “Very Ok” featuring Africa’s finest – J. Martins. The popularly known “Dirty Wine” rapper has just dropped another club hit on us, but this one has a distinct feel and appeal.

His first attempt at highlife music, the recently married White Nigerian rapper has given his fans a feel of his softer side and
introduced some exciting instrumentals. With Gospel on the beat, J. Martinsfeatured on the track, and the White Nigerian rapping about introducing a“very ok” babe to mama; the song has dropped just in time for Valentine’s Day.

For over 3 years White Nigerian has dreamed of collaborating with J. Martins, and the start of 2014 has seen him achieving one of his big dreams. White Nigerian’s excitement at the opportunity is evident on the track and an eagerly anticipated video will shed even more light on the exciting collaboration where he shares his first highlife tune with fans. White Nigerian believes this collaboration should serve as encouragement to all his fans out there to not give up on their dreams.

Follow him on twitter @WhiteNigerian.

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About The Artist: White Nigerian is an Abuja based upcoming artist who has done collaborations with the likes of Tekno Miles, ECO, JJC, Terry Tha Rapman, J. Martins, and still dreams of featuring Ice Prince or 2Face on a track. In 2013 he won Abuja Young Entrepreneur Award (Entertainment Category), Aso Outstanding Award (Emerging Artist of the Year), Global Peace and Leadership Award (Fastest Rising Artist 2013) and was honoured for even more achievements in his young career as an artist.

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King is a writer and guitarist. He is an opinionated, multi talented individual with love for music and everything it concerns

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