- A young Nigerian man working as an American soldier relived a fond memory as he sang Olamide's Durosoke song
- In a video that got massive engagements from Nigerians on TikTok, he performed the song's verse well
- People shared their love for Durosoke as some said that they loved the track when they were in primary school
A young Nigerian man serving in the US Army known as @ini_cash on TikTok has in a video vibed hard to Olamide's Durosoke, one of his classics.
American soldier sings Olamide's Durosoke
@ini_cash vibed hard as he sang along to the whole verse while making hand gesticulations to show he loved everything the musician said.
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The video showed him enjoying himself in a car as he had a fun-filled time. People who commented on the clip agreed with him on Olamide's prowess.
Watch the video below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"I Dey jss1 that year and na all of us for my room sabi am."
"My own is when did you join army?"
Trezzy Trez said:
"olamide one of the realest O.G likewise the verse of *ghost mode* with phyno."
Adebukonla Ifeoluwa said:
"I can sing this song a to z."
"We all bought that lyrics book."
"I still know the whole thing till today. Olamide remains the Goat sha."
"omo am just laughing all through... Olamide is the best."
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"I was in primary 6 then, one Egbon dey my house if you sabi the song well he will give you zobo then."
American soldier danced inside office
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young lady serving in the US Army stirred lovely reactions on social media after she danced to Kizz Daniel's Buga song.
She did all that while seating behind a desk, she never left her chair as she rocked to the new hit song.
In the TikTok video, the soldier turned to face the camera and did the popular raised-shoulder-hand move that is commonly associated with the song.