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Zoro is a Nigerian rapper, singer, songwriter, and entertainer born Owoh Chimaobi Chrismathner. He is a budding Nigerian indigenous rapper who is known for his rap ability, particularly in the Igbo dialect.

He was born on March 20, 1990, in Onitsha, Anambra State, in the south-eastern region of Nigeria, despite being from Agwu, Enugu State.

He made his musical breakthrough with the popular songs “042,” “Ogene,” and “Otu,” which featured Nigerian music veterans Flavour and Phyno.

His fantastic perspective on Afro-pop culture, as well as his fantastic delivery, has garnered him nominations for Best New Act to Watch and Best Indigenous Rapper at the Nigerian Entertainment Awards, MTV African Music Video Awards, and City People Entertainment Awards, among others.

He was nominated for Headies Next Rated at the 2018 annual Headies Awards. He was nominated for Group In Africa Traditional and Best Rap Act at the 2017 All Africa Music Awards.

Zoro has worked with a slew of prominent names in the business, like Psquare, Tekno, Runtown, and Selebobo, to mention a few.


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