Habeeb Okikiola (born March 12, 1994) famously known by the stage name Portable Omolalomi is a Nigerian indigenous rapper, singer, and songwriter.
The Yoruba-born singer has been in the music industry, making music for some time now, striking when he teamed up with Poco Lee and Olamide on the hit single, Zazuu Zeh.
The self-styled Son Of Shaku Shaku, Street Problem, Portablebaeby, and Wahala Musician, has joined the league of fast-rising artists in the country.
Fact about Portable
- Full Name: Habeeb Okikiola
- Stage Name: Portable Omolalomi
- Born: March 12, 1994
- Age: 28 years old
- State of Origin: Ogun State
- Nationality: Nigerian
- Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Okikiola
- Marital Status: Married
- Children: 4
- Record Label: Dr. Zeh Nation
- Occupation: Rapper / Singer / Dancer
- Net Worth: N/A
Early Life & Education
Portable was born Habeeb Okikiola on the 12th of March 1994 in the ancient city of Abeokuta.
He is a native of Ogun State in southwest Nigeria, he was birthed to the Yoruba family of Mr. and Mrs. Okikiola.
Portable and his siblings were brought up in Abeokuta city by their parents and adhered to the Muslim faith just like their father and mother.
Growing up in Abeokuta meant that Portable became well-versed in the Yoruba language from an early age, as it was the medium by which he communicated with his parents.
Portable Attended both his primary and secondary school in Abeokuta, Ogun State. After obtaining his O’level certificate, he did not further his education at the University level as he put a stop to his education to focus on music which is his first love.
Portable Omolalomi decided to move from his residence in Ogun to Lagos State, the music capital of Africa.
While Portable was in Lagos, he sought out producers he could work with, as he composed new rap songs on a regular basis. However, he still maintained a job as an artisan in the mainland part of Lagos to pay his bills.
Fortune he had an opportunity to meet up with his music idol, Olamide. It was an emotional moment for Portable, who burst into tears as he knelt down and held to Oleamide‘s legs, sobbing continuously.
Luckily for him, Olamide was taken to his artistry and brought him on an ongoing collaborative project with dancer and recording artist, Poco Lee.
The project birthed Zazuu Zeh‘s song, which became an instant hit. The song went viral within the week of release and became the street anthem of the season.
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- Obo Hook Up
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- Zazoo Zehh (feat. Olamide & Poco Lee)
- Ogo Forever
- Odogwu Bitters
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