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Modenine
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Modenine performing on stage
Background information
Babatunde Olusegun Adewale
Nigel Benn, Samurai IX, Polimaf.
Born (1975-06-14) June 14, 1975 (age 43)
London, United Kingdom
Origin Osun State, Nigeria
Genres Rap, Hip hop
Rapper, Lyricist
1999 to present
Labels Redeye Muzik
Illbliss , Str8buttah, Swatroot, Tribes men, Ice Prince , Jesse Jags , Jonah the Monarch, Kraft, Alias, Black Intelligence, Cobhams Asuquo , 2 Face Idibia, Jeremiah Gyang , Chopstix , Mills the producer, Cashino NDT, Gold Lynx, Terry the Rapman , Overdose, B Elect, Shehu Adams, Mike Aremu .
Website officialmodenine.com

Babatunde Olusegun Adewale[1] (born June 14, 1975), popularly known by his stage name Modenine, is an English-born Nigerian rapper.[2][3] As a seven time The Headies Lyricist on the Roll winner, he is the most decorated artist by the magazine.[4] In 2014, he released a song titled "Super Human" with Jamaican-American rapper Canibus.[5]

Personal life

Mode 9 was born in London on June 14, 1975 as the third child of his parents but maintains,Osun State as his origin.[6]

Discography

He currently has 7 studio albums and 5 mixtapes to his credit.[7]

Single Albums Arguably the best lyricist Nigeria Music ever had

  • E' Pluribus Unum "One Amongst Many" -2006
  • The Paradigm Shift -2008
  • Da Vinci Mode -2010
  • Above Ground Level - 2014
  • Insulin - 2016

Featured Albums

  • Modenine & Alias - Pay At-10-Shun - 2010
  • Modenine & Mills The Producer - Golden Era Guevara New Era Mandela - 2011
  • Modenine & XYZ - Alphabetical Order - 2013
  • "Modenine and DJ Papercutt - Look What I Found EP - 2016

Mixtapes

  • Malcolm IX - The Lost Sessions - 2004
  • Pentium IX - The Mixtape - 2005
  • Nigel Benn's KraftWork (Modenine and Kraft) - The Soul Edition - 2007
  • 09.09.09 The Mix Tape - 2009
  • Occupy The Throne - 2012

References

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