FULL NAME: Victor Odu
DATE OF BIRTH: (unknown)
OCCUPATION: Rapper, (Entertainer
MARITAL STATUS: Not married
Since he emerged on the scene with his laughable ‘After party’ video in 2011, Vic O continues to make controversial headlines in the music industry. Most recently, he challenged International recording artist Drake to a rap battle.
LIFE AND CAREER
Vic O was born in Cross River State in Nigeria. He hails from Boki Local Government in Rivers state.
He is based in Italy where he says he is into acting and rapping.
He started recording in 2007 and released his debut album in 2008. Vic O. He released his sophomore album in 2011. And like his first, the album failed to make any impact in the market.
He doesn’t have any known hit track.Vic O song In 2012, he jumped on a Don Jazzy’s beat to record a track titled ‘Why Evils’ which had 26,000 views on Youtube.
According to the Nigerian paper Nigerian Entertainment Today, Vic O began his professional music career in 2007, and released his debut album in 2008. After the released of his cover version song Hello by Adele , the Nigeria Music producer and Singer Don Jazzy reveals that Vic O inspires him also according to the Nigeria Newspaper Vanguard_(Nigeria) , who made it clear that the Nigeria Music Rapper popularly known as Phyno has also reveal his interest of collaborating with the musician, the Nigeria rapper popularly known as M.I has also shares his opinion about the Musician on his Twitter profile Vic O released a Diss song about Drake, Meek Mill,
In June 2014, he released a tribute song for late gospel act, Kefee who died in the US after a brief illness. kefee
On August 2, 2015, he twitted that if he could get 5,000 re-tweets, he would release a diss track targeted at Drake and Meek Mill which will crown him as the king of rap. Vic o tweet
The tweet got 5,500 retweets and he dropped the song titled Rip Drake and Meek Mill.Vic O diss
Vic O has since been one of the most popular discussions on social media. He trended for 2 days on Twitter with many mocking him.
He shared that he earns $2,000 a month from his YouTube videos. For shows in Nigeria he claims he has been paid up to N500, 000 and for Europe based shows he is paid £4,000 upwards.
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