Zlatan Ibile

Zlatan Ibile

About Zlatan Ibile

Zlatan Ibile, whose real name is Omoniyi Temidayo Raphael, is a Nigerian singer, rapper, and songwriter who has become a household name in the Nigerian music industry. Born on December 19, 1994, in Lagos State, Nigeria, Zlatan grew up in a family of four and was raised in a music-loving environment. He began his music career in 2011 but gained mainstream recognition in 2018 with his hit song "My Body" featuring Olamide.

Zlatan's music is a blend of hip-hop, Afro-pop, and street music, and he is known for his unique style of delivery and catchy lyrics. He has released several hit songs, including "Zanku," "Shotan," "Yeye Boyfriend," and "Unripe Pawpaw." His music has become popular among Nigerian youths, and his dance moves have also become a trend on social media.

One of the things that sets Zlatan apart from other artists is his ability to infuse his native language, Yoruba, in his songs, making his music relatable to his fans. He has also collaborated with several other artists, including Davido, Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, and Naira Marley, among others.

Zlatan's rise to fame has not been without its challenges. In 2019, he was arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) alongside Naira Marley and three others on allegations of fraud. However, he was later released on bail and has since continued to make music and entertain his fans.

In addition to his music career, Zlatan is also known for his philanthropic activities. He has donated to several causes, including the fight against COVID-19, and has also given back to his community through various initiatives.

Zlatan has won several awards for his music, including the Best Collaboration award at the 2019 Headies Awards and the Best Street-Hop Artiste award at the 2020 Soundcity MVP Awards. He continues to be a popular figure in the Nigerian music industry, and his music and unique style have earned him a large and dedicated fan base.




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