Fast-growing musician Habeeb Okikiola, better known by his stage name Portable, has given hints about working with American rapper Trippie Redd.
Portable shared a screenshot of his conversation with Redd on his Instagram story.
The rapper addressed Portable as “brother” in the message and indicated his desire to collaborate with him.
“We gotta work brother,” Trippie Redd wrote.
Reacting, Portable wrote “I’m with you,” indicating his readiness to work with the US rapper.
He further said he is ready for the collaboration to “give the street vibes”.
“I’ve gat chorus for you, let’s give them street vibes…,” he wrote.
After releasing the popular song “Zazoo Zeh” in December of last year with rapper Olamide and singer Poco Lee, Portable gained fame.
Since then, he has been in the news for contentious reasons.
The singer of “Zazoo Zeh” was nominated in May for the 15th Headies’ “Best Street Artist” and “Rookie of the Year” categories.
The award organizers, however, disqualified him after he made death threats against everyone who won a category and claimed to have started the rumored cult known as “One Million Boys” in Lagos.
Additionally, Portable made fun of the award’s sponsors and singer Goya Menor for taking home the prize for “Best Street Hip Hop.”