About CDQ (rapper):Biography, Net worth, Fact, Career and Award

 

Intro

CDQ
Nigerian rapper
Songwriter
From
Nigeria
Type
Music
Gender
Male
Birth
6 May 1985, Lagos
Age
35 years
Biography


Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf was born May 6, 1985. He is better known by his stage name CDQ. He is a Nigerian hip-hop rapper and musician best known for his singles “Indomie” and “Nowo E Soke.” He is best known for his songs “Indomie,” “Nowo E Soke.” While “indomie” was critical in establishing his career in the Nigerian music industry, “Nowo E Soke” was essential in earning him his first career prize at the 2016 Nigerian Music Video Awards. In addition to rapping in the Yoruba language with the addition of ad-libs such as the popular “Woss Wobi,” which CDQ invented, his music is distributed via his label No Struggle No Success Entertainment.

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Early childhood and education

CDQ

He is a native of Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria, but he was born in Orile, a Lagos suburb, where he grew up. After relocating to Lagos State from Ilorin, where he had completed his secondary school education, he continued his study at Lagos State University, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Economics degree.

Career

CDQ Rapper
Early beginnings and high quality from 2013 to the present.
After working as a back-up singer for Da Grin, CDQ went on to collaborate with M.I. on his first professional music project, which he released in 2008. After winning a rap battle at the weekly Industry Nite in December 2012, he earned a recording contract with Masterkraft’s General Records the following year. 2014 saw the release of his breakout track, “Indomie,” which featured vocals from Olamide and a remix by Davido. In addition to bringing CDQ’s career to the forefront, the Masterkraft-produced single also got him two nominations for the 2015 Nigeria Entertainment Awards and a nomination in the Best Street-Hop Artist category at The Headies 2015.

CDQ Rapper

Having signed a deal with Wizkid in anticipation of his debut studio album, Quality, CDQ solicited the help of the Nigerian singer-songwriter to collaborate on the song “Nowo E Soke,” which was released as the album’s first single. Afro hip hop video director Unlimited L.A directed the music video for the song, which went on to win the Best Afro Hip Hop Video category at the 2016 edition of the Nigeria Music Video Awards. After revealing the album’s cover art on August 16, 2016, he released the album on August 22nd via General Records to overwhelmingly great critical reception. N.S.N.S Entertainment, which is an abbreviation for No Struggle No Success, was officially founded on November 11, 2016, by him.

CDQ Salary.


The annual salary of CDQ varies between $130,106 and $228,488 according to our reputable sources.

CDQ Net Worth.


With his great music career, he has amassed an estimated net worth of $400, 000 to $1,000,000, which has enabled him to provide for his family.
CDQ Awards and Nominations.
Nigeria Entertainment Awards as “Best New Act” for the year 2015
(2016 2016) Nigeria Entertainment

Awards Rap

Afro-pop video of the year at the 2016 Nigeria Music Video Awards
The (Ghana-Naija Showbiz Awards 2017)
Next Superstar On The (Roll Nominated)