Music enthusiasts and fans in Nigeria and all over the world are remembering the late talented Nigerian rapper, Oladapo Olaonipekun popularly called Dagrin today, who died April 22, 2010.
Going memory lane, Dagrin was a fast-rising indigenous music star who had promising future in music and a unique style which everyone reckoned with.
All the talent, hope and aspirations the young music star emerged with ended the day he died after an accident which occurred on April 14, 2010.
On this day, while driving his newly acquired Nissan Maxima, he rammed into a stationary truck at night in front of the Alakara Police Station in Mushin, Lagos on April 14, 2010.
The 25 -year-old was taken to two hospitals for treatment but died after eight days in a coma following the car crash.
Born into the family of Mr and Mrs Olaniyi Abolaji Olaonipekun on October 25, 1984, Dagrin stormed the Nigerian music industry with an acceptable style of rap, winning the hearts of many, leaving them with no option than singing his songs.
Without doubts, award winning Dagrin came into the spotlight with a standard which looked like a threat to other rappers winning the hearts of many Nigerians through his hit album, CEO.
In the history of Nigerian music industry, his sudden death remains one of the biggest tragedies to fans in Nigeria and beyond.