Gbedu: Adewale Fastest – Who (Refix) | @adewalefastrap


Fast rap sensation, Adewale Adepoju aka ‘Adewale Tha Fastest Rapper‘ who is Unarguably Nigeria’s Fastest Rapper Jumps on DMW rapper ‘Dremo‘s’ latest single ‘who‘ and gives it a dope and magnificent refix, he showcases witty word-plays, creative punchlines and a captivating story-line coupled with his fast rap ability.
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    The News Agency of Nigeria reporter observed this
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