Portable is the type of artiste I want to help – Skepta

British Nigerian rapper, Joseph Junior Adenuga, professionally known as Skepta, has explained why he decided to work with street-hop singer, Portable.

He praised Portable for hustling to make music and promote it despite not having a partnership or distribution deal with any major record label.

Portable is the type of artiste I want to help - Skepta

Skepta commended the Zazuu star for launching his own record label (Zeh Nation), going ahead to sign some artistes and using his little resources to support them.

The Hip Hop star said Portable is the type of person he wants to help rather than the ones that flood his DM begging him to sign them.

He said; “Portable doesn’t have a distribution deal, he has no partnership with any major record label, he is just on his own and created his own label. As difficult as it is, he still signed other artistes and is still pushing them with the little he has.

“This is the kind of person I want to help because I will see results. Stop flooding people’s inbox with please sign me, go out there and start doing something the world gon see you.”

Meanwhile, in related news…

CorrectNG recalls that controversial singer, Habeeb Okikiola aka Portable issued a public notice over the elevation of his worth following his recent collaboration with Skepta.

The 30-year-old musician stated that henceforth, any of his colleagues who wants to feature him in their song would have to lick his foot and also buy him a car.

Portable who was featured on Skepta’s chart-topping single, Tony Montana, stated his terms while relishing his new status during an Instagram live session. He noted how people talked down on him but the international Grime star decided to help him regardless.

In his words: “People talked down on me but Skepta helped me. If you want to feature me on a song, you will have to lick my foot and buy me a car.”