Portable Dr. Zeh: Habeeb Okikiola, known professionally as Portable or Dr Zeh, is a Nigerian singer, rapper, and songwriter. He was born on March 12, 1994, in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria.
Portable gained fame after collaborating on the song “ZaZoo Zehh” with Olamide and dancer Poco Lee.
He is known for calling out business partners on social media for scams and for using his Instagram account to share controversial content.
Portable has been active in the music industry for 10 years and rose to prominence in 2021 with the release of his single “Zazu Zeh” featuring Olamide and Poco Lee. He had his primary and secondary education in Ogun State, where he is of Yoruba ethnicity.
Portable: Early Life and Education
Portable Omolalomi was born in a city in Ogun State, the Western part of Nigeria. He is of Yoruba ethnicity. He had his primary and secondary education in Ogun State where he grew up alongside his siblings.
Portable gained fame after collaborating on the song “ZaZoo Zehh” with Olamide of YBNL and dancer Poco Lee.
YBNL is an acronym that stands for “Yahoo Boy No Laptop.” It is the name of a Nigerian record label founded by Olamide in 2012. The label has signed and released music from artists such as Lil Kesh, Viktoh, Adekunle Gold, Temmie Ovwasa, and Fireboy DML.
YBNL has released several successful albums, including “YBNL,” “The Glory,” and “Kingdom.” The label is known for its support of young, up-and-coming artists in the Nigerian music industry.
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Last Updated on January 7, 2023 by Tadese Faforiji