Vector: Top 5 Songs From One of Nigeria’s Greatest Rappers

Olanrewaju Ogunmefun, better known as Vector or Vector Tha Viper, is a Nigerian rapper and songwriter. 


His hip-hop journey began in college in 1994. In 1999, he formed a group ‘Badder Boiz’, and, in the same year, they went on to start performing as a trio.

The trio, Vector, Krystal, and Blaze, were together until 2004, and then Vector released his first single “Kilode” off his debut album ‘State of Surprise’.

He has released several other studio albums to date. From The Second Coming (2012), ‘Lafiaji’ (2016), ‘Vibes Before Teslim’ (2019), Crossroads [EP] with Mastaa to his latest ‘The African Mind’ (2020)

Here are 5 of his best songs you will love.

1. What’s That

As usual, Vector is known to deliver his lines with finesse. This is quite a groovy jam!

2. Shiga

In appreciation of beautiful African women, he features Toolz and Waje in this song. This was a club banger from 2014.

3. King Kong

King Kong is a hit single with a dope tune and captivating raps. Shortly after, it follows with a remix featuring Phyno, Reminisce, Classiq and Uzi. A lyrical success on many levels.

4. Adurah

‘Adurah’ is all about asking for divine favours, and it’s a track off his 2016 “Lafiaji” album.

5. No Peace

‘No Peace’ is a track off the “Crossroads” EP, where Vector addressed various societal issues like political instability and divisions among the people. The EP itself can be summarised as a concise definition of poetry in African music.



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