- Singer Zlatan Ibile has announced his recent project with his friend called Oladips
- Ibile announced the music project by recalling moments when they were still struggling as singers
- The friends' song together, Mainland To Island, was released on Friday, March 5
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Musician Zlatan Ibile recently went down memory lane to recall when he just started his music career.
The Zanku crooner, through the photos he posted on his official Instagram page, revealed that he wasn't alone. He had his childhood friend called Oladips with him.
The photos shared by Zlatan showed various moments when the friends and singers went to different shows to perform.
A few years later, they have now become one of the well-known musicians in the country.
Most especially, both friends also recently recorded songs together which was released on Friday, March 5. The music titled, Mainland To Island, is the singers' joint EP.
Check out the photos below. Swipe left to view more:
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Zlatan Ibile's baby mama slammed her haters online.
The young lady shared a post where she told haters to stop snooping around to find out about the state of things in her relationship with the singer.
The mother of one added that their son, Shiloh, was the glue binding their relationship.
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