After a successful feature on Wallz’ R4CS (Rap 4 Christ Sake) single and RRHP’s WAZOBIA. A-Verse or Verse as he likes to called is back with his own debut single dubbed “Trouble”. This is your one stop shop where you find lyricism, style, aggressive delivery, and that all in your face type of spontaneous flow.
This classic piece was produced by BeatJockey.

Enjoy

BIO
Okesola Ayomipo, popularly known as A-verse, is a recording and performing artiste, OAP and a Graphic / Print Technologist from the South-Western part of Nigeria. He is known for his perfect blend of English and Indigenous vocals on beats.
Born in the mid 80’s, Verse (as shortly called) started music as the youngest member of his local church’s choir, but his musical influence could be traced to his father who was a lover of music before and after he became a preacher. Verse would listen to various artistes ranging across genre on his father’s vinyl player. He was introduced to Hiphop by his older cousin who used to play Tupac almost all day.
He started listening to various rap artiste; majorly Nas, Jay Z and later Eminem, then he started writing his own rhymes.
Verse pursued a career in secular rap and almost got signed to Edge Records, but his ‘‘preacher-boy’’ background held him back till he found the real purpose for his gift; which is to glorify YHWH, the giver of the gift.
Verse started writing cleaner and more faith based songs even before listening to his first CHH song (Shocktherapy by Rooftop MCs) several years later he met Gamie (fkaGameman), Wallz, Rapsodee and XL2letters; those who would later become his friends and members of the same clique (RRHP). Months later, he attended a concert put together by them, and the rest was history.
He has featured on several tracks and made cover of several songs, before releasing his first single, title: TROUBLE! You can connect with A-Verse on Facebook, Twitter,Instagram, Soundcloud, Revernation, Youtube. @callmeverse.

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