Portable Omolalomi, also known as Habeeb Okikiola, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter from Ogun State.
Portable was born on March 12, 1994, according to sources, and he is of Yoruba ancestry.
We still need to acquire all the details on his education and childhood. We will however keep this page up to date.
Before his hit song “Zazoo Zehh” catapulted him to fame, the controversial musician had been composing music.
To develop his music career, he relocated from Ogun State to Lagos, Nigeria’s most populous metropolis.
Portable Omolalomi rose to prominence after renowned Nigerian rapper Olamide agreed to collaborate on a song with dancer Poco Lee.
The song, titled “Zazoo Zehh,” drew a lot of attention and even sparked a quarrel between Portable and Poco Lee over the tune’s ownership.
Poco Lee had taken all of the proceeds from the single after uploading it under his name, according to Portable. The brief feud came to an end, however, after a slew of celebrities, including Olamide, got involved.
Appearance and performance.
The success of “Zazoo Zehh” provided the Ogun state musician with a plethora of options. Wizkid, Phyno, Peruzzi, Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, and others were among the celebrities he met.
Portable has also collaborated with Wizkid and Tiwa Savage on stage. He is known as a social media sensation for weeks after the release of his hit song.
Collaborations And Songs
Portable, as previously said, has already released songs prior to the release of his breakthrough album “Zazoo Zehh.”