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All About Lord Kabex Biography: Education, Career, Controversy, Songs, and Net Worth

Abdul Kabir Olakunde, also known as Lord Kabex or Emini Kabex, is a freestyle indigenous rapper from Nigeria. He became well-known thanks to a lot of freestyle Instagram videos where he gathered a sizable following. According to reports, the self-declared best native rapper is a representative of Indie Records, which handles his sponsorship and other requirements. He is recognized for his adaptability when it comes to native rap performed in his native Yoruba dialect.

Early Life and Education

On August 16, 1998, Kabex was born in Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. All three levels of his education—primary, secondary, and university—were completed in Kwara State. He attended the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN), where he received his political science degree.


The publication of several Instagram freestyle videos including some sick rap lines shows that Kabex was dedicated to his rap profession while studying political science at the University of Ilorin. It is said that because he blended music with his education, he started his music career early and never gave up on the notion.

He has collaborated with many members of the industry, including Oladips, Lil Frosh, Ayovic, Zlatan, and Diamond Jimma.

Personal Life

Kabex is known to love a lifestyle of flamboyancy, which is also known as the “life of the party.” He is not known to be married or in any relationship.


Diss With Jaido P

Kabex was observed firing a series of bullets at rappers who had switched to singing during one of his rap freestyles. He asserted in an interview with Naijaloaded that rappers should support the genre of music they like rather than trying to transition to singing. This was considered offensive by many rappers who felt they had been wronged by his speech, and it sparked a number of comments from musicians who dissed his point of view.


He claimed to be the best rapper from his own country and that no one else in the industry could beat him in rap battles. When Jaido P was made aware of this, he immediately hurried to the recording studio to make “Construction,” a diss track for him. The diss track Jaido P published reportedly included contributions from Davolee, one of the main targets of Kabex’s freestyle dissing rappers who had transitioned to singing. Kabex quickly responded to the diss track with “Jalopi (Jaido P’s Diss)”. Because both parties attended, music fans were unable to decide which group should be crowned the winner.



  • “NBR’’ (No Bad Rap)
  • Destruction 2.0

Selected Songs

  • Awhoo (featuring Lil Frosh)
  • Genocide (featuring Trod)
  • Yeye Daughter
  • A Day at Jankara
  • Pangolo Industry (featuring Oladips and Praiztige)
  • Injury (featuring Mic Bravo)
  • Story Story (featuring Chinko Ekun and Topilomessi)
  • Death of Tunde, a fan I never met
  • End Sars
  • Whack G’O Davolee
  • Tewo Adura
  • NBR Cypher 1.0 (Kings Version) feat. Al Habaze, Otega, Mr Gbafun, Adewale, Oko ilu Maido
  • Jalopi (Jaido P Diss)
  • Destruction
  • NBR Cypher 1.0 (feat. Aunty Rayzor, Debby Sugar, Kidda & Candy Bleakz)
  • Detty December
  • Awhoo!! (feat. Lil Frosh)
  • Genocide (feat. Trod)
  • Ni’su Lobo
  • Malogo
  • Oluaye

Guest Appearances/Features

  • Mafejopami (Diamond Jimma ft. Kabex)
  • Ilekun Ayo (Diamond Jimma & Kabex)
  • The Judgement (Alaye Proof & Kabex)
  • Wave Yen (Topilomessi ft. Kabex)
  • Ologo Codeine (Dee Much ft. Kabex)
  • Nowo Nowo (Alhaji Floating ft. Kabex)
  • Bloody Race (Harteez ft. Hotkid, Mohbad, Kabex)

Net Worth

He is reported to have an estimated net worth of $500,000.


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