- An upcoming singer identified as Maro's tribute to the late singer Mohbad is trending on social media
- Maro caused a buzz with the new song as he sounded like YBNL label boss and singer Olamide
- While the new song has stirred emotions among netizens, many couldn't help but point out the similarity between Maro and Olamide's voice
The death of singer Mohbad at 27 has continued to trend on social media as celebrities and fans have used different platforms to pay tribute to the former Marlian signee.
However, a young singer identified as Maro has left many talking with his new song in honour of Mohbad.
Maro sounded exactly like Nigerian music star and YBNL label owner Olamide in the tribute song.
Maro dropped some rap verses in Yoruba and the English language.
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Listen to the trending song by Maro below:
Reactions as upcoming singer sings like Olamide
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions that trailed the new tribute song to Mohbad as many applauded Maro.
See their comments below:
"Love this, Thought it was Badoo in the first place."
"Mario kindly text tundeendnut that you made the hit."
"Omo na you steal Baddo voice successfully."
"You're on bro. Untimely death is not our potion inshallah."
"Broo you’ve got a really great voice fr! I pray people start to pay attention to your art real soon!."
"I don hear am like 20 times now."
"Hey bro where you got your Talent from."
"Bro, one you have a voice like @olamide, furthermore you have almost the same look when he was your age, I guess you should reach out to him, hopefully he will take you under his wing as there is nothing wrong with artist having the same voice working together, the contents they sing about will surely differentiate them. Baddo and Dagrin sounded alike, Isolate and 9ice sounded alike."
What Pastor Tunde Bakare said about Mohbad
Pastor Bakare, during his sermon in Leicester, said the late rapper reaped the reward of his actions while alive.
He, however, stated that he does not blame the late rapper as he asked the congregation, "Is MohBad a good name?"