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Legendary DJ, Jimmy Jatt is Back With “Small Girl Big God” Featuring Olamide and Reminisce

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Cool DJ Jimmy Jatt is here with another banger titled “Small Girl Big God”. And this time he features two of Nigeria’s hottest rappers, Olamide and Reminisce. The track has got JJ on some wobey sound right there.

DJ Jimmy Jatt needs no introduction. He’s not only one of the most experienced disc-jockeys in Nigeria, he also played a major role in introducing hip hop in the dancehall-dominated music industry of the mid 2000s. With his Jimmy’s Jump Off, he had given upcoming rappers a big platform to showcase their talents.

Dagrin’s session on the Jump Off, will remain classic. Even Olamide was on the jump off before he went viral. And away from that he actually played hip-hop into his mixes, jamming them at parties and clubs, giving the then underground guys a spotlight.

At the time, if there was any DJ to beat, it would be Jimmy. He hosted many mixtapes for various artists, including Terry Tha Rapman. His star-studded track “Stylee” is probably the biggest hit from a DJ ever, and it was way back in 2006.

“Small Girl Big God” has that shaku sound, produced by YBNL producer, Pheelz. Olamide took the hook, and let Alaga finish the track. It’s not quite different from what you expect from Olamide and Remi, but it will be a good addition to your playlist.

Meanwhile, it seems Olamide is gearing up for another album already. Since 2011, he has delivered albums every year, and he doesn’t seem to be slowing down. Right now we’re expecting a new video, “Motigbana” which is out now.

Reminisce, on the other hand has been low-key recently, but he should be dropping an album soon. It won’t be bad if we get both, in the same month.


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Quasar Miami formerly known as Tylz, is a young rap artiste and an outspoken music industry commentator. He writes in a very controversial manner and is known to “never let the sleeping dogs lie”. In October 2017, he was inducted into HipHopHead as a contributor.

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