Picazo Rhap Would Have Been A Better Street Artiste Than Lil Frosh If He Wasn’t Signed, Do You Agree?

Picazo Rhap Would Have Been A Better Street Artiste Than Lil Frosh If He Wasn’t Signed, Do You Agree?

One of the ways local music stars are being discovered is by going to the street and sourcing for them.

Picazo Rhap and Lil Frosh both started from the street. Although, with the help of social media on like those days, they were shown their ways to Limelight with ease and alacrity.

Lil frosh did a couple of mix that sold fast which made his name on the lip of every average local music listener. He also got his own fair share of featuring B-class artists such as Zlatan, Small doctor and a host of others.

As for Picazo, he had the luck of getting affiliated to YBNL nation and also used that platform to boost his popularity.



He got noticed when he did a verse on the ‘Able God’ sound track released by Chinko Ekun.

You will agree with me that Picazo reminds you of the younger version of Olamide who burst onto the scene with ‘Eni Duro’.

Fast forward, Picazo got featured on Olamide’s YBNL Mafia Family’s album with the likes of Macaroni where he was so energetic, raw and unbridled. It was sure that the young lad had it all under control.

Then gbam! all of a sudden we didn’t hear anything intriguing about him again.

People kept asking WHERE IS PICAZO?

Then he gave an update on his social media platforms that he has left Olamide’s record label. This came days after Lyta left the label due to some unsettled issues.




Lots of music lovers believed Picazo would have been more successful than Lil frosh, if he wasn’t signed by YBNL nation.

Lil frosh and Picazo were both promising, they both started from the street, social media readily accepted them not until when Picazo was signed.

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