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MUSIC: Dikky - How I Grind || @Dikky_CIA @CHRISTiABIDE

After being off the scene for a while, DIKKY, a founding member of CIA (Christ I Abide), is back again with his brand new single titled, "How I Grind".

On this self-produced heavy hip-hop track, he mixes both English and Pidgin in his flows with a catchy hook to grip his listener. He's basically keeping it real on this one, and simply showing how he grinds that makes him different. The song was mixed and mastered by Spane5.

Download, listen and enjoy!


About Dikky -

DIKKY, whose real name is Onyedika Nwoji, is a Nigerian Hip-Hop Artist, Music Producer, Blogger, and Song Writer who hails from Anambra State. Born into the family of Engr. & Mrs. Uche Nwoji on March 16, 1990 in the city of Lagos where he also grew up, he is the first child of four. He is currently an undergraduate of Enugu State University of Science and Technology, studying Industrial Mathematics and Statistics.

Initially, he was never a lover of music, much less hip-hop until he was 13. He got inspired by the likes of DMX, 50 Cent and Eminem and started writing his own songs at 15. As his enthusiasm grew, he started making beats and recording tracks himself using his home computer system soon after he turned 18. Dikky is different from your average hip-hop artist due to the fact that his music always has a message that is thought provoking as well as inspiring to the listener.

He mixes witty rhymes with a delivery that captivates his listener as he flows with a blend of English and Pidgin. His unique style sets him apart as he tries to entertain and add value to his listener with the aim of making a positive impact. He draws his inspiration from God, life experiences, and his environment.

He is a founding member of the music movement, CIA (Christ I Abide), alongside Propane, Nolly, Kinsu, and Dabz.

He has been privileged to work with top artists in the industry like B.O.U.Q.U.I, Sokleva (RoofTop MCs), Protek, Rapsodee, IBK SpaceshipBoi, TB1, Ambassage, Henrisoul, to mention a few and he is currently working on his debut mixtape titled, This Is Dikky.



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