Bloody Civilian Envies Shallipopi’s Success

Julianah Ologunde
By Julianah Ologunde 2 Min Read

Bloody Civilian Envies Shallipopi’s Success: Nigerian music virtuoso and multifaceted creative, Emoseh Khamofu, professionally known as Bloody Civilian, has candidly expressed her admiration for the meteoric ascent of fellow artist, Shallipopi. During a convivial gathering with industry peers, including Fave, Susan Pwajok, and Genoveva Umeh, Civilian unabashedly confessed to harboring a sense of envy towards Shallipopi’s flourishing career trajectory.

Civilian, a luminary in her own right, signed to the prestigious 0207 Def Jam imprint and mentored by industry titan Tunji Balogun, has undeniably contributed significantly to the contemporary music landscape with chart-topping singles like “How To Kill A Man” and the Rema-assisted “Wake Up,” which graced the soundtrack of the blockbuster film “Black Panther.” Despite her own accomplishments, Civilian acknowledged that Shallipopi’s rapid ascent to prominence and subsequent lifestyle have garnered her attention and admiration.

Shallipopi, the enigmatic artist who burst onto the scene with the infectious “Elon Musk,” has captured the nation’s imagination with his distinctive sound and compelling persona. His subsequent releases, including “Obapluto,” “Cast,” “Ex-Convict,” and “Oscroh,” have solidified his position as a leading figure in the Nigerian music industry. Moreover, his entrepreneurial spirit was evident with the launch of his own record label, Records, and the signing of promising talents Tega Boi and Zerrydl.

Civilian’s candid revelation has sparked widespread conversation, with fans and industry insiders alike contemplating the complexities of success, competition, and camaraderie within the music industry.

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