Fast-rising Afro-beat performer, T Dollar has emerged with another trending studio ballad which he named, “Rise.”
On the studio number “Rise,” T Dollar talks about how people talks about his downfall but he doesn’t care how they will react to it. His only concern is about rising when he falls. This is a massive entry for the young singer as the sound is already making wave on social media and beyond.
Nonetheless, T Dollar’s time is now, as “Rise” has amassed over 7 million streams on all streaming platforms. It serves as his sophomore craft for the year and he is not done for the year. Olabinjo Ayotunde Quam, better known by his stage name T Dollar, is a Nigerian musician currently contracted to D6R Entertainment LTD.
Just a few months ago, he was seen with a studio work of art tagged, “Born 2 Shine” EP which includes hit like Consistency. After making headlines, he threw us off guard by unveiling this masterpiece that has definitely signed as his perfect breakthrough in the Nigeria’s music industry.
Lastly, music production to the impressive Afro-beat ballad was firmly introduced by Rapidbeatz with co-production from Olumix.
Last time wey I go check
Nobody dey, na me face my problem (problem)
And I dey face my fear, I no fear (I no fear)
Make hustle pay and we pray for good health (for good health)
If dem wan talk, make dem talk (make dem talk)
I go rise if I fall (if I fall)
T’oba ti ni ‘gbagbo, gbogbo nkan t’ole l’oma soft
Shebi na the boy wey dem they talk? (talk)
The same boy wey dem pour dirty water for hin face
Abi ohun ko? (abi ohun ko?)
Omo ti gbera tan
Una wan dey relate
If dem wan talk, make dem talk
I go rise if I fall
T’oba ti ni ‘gbagbo, gbogbo nkan t’ole l’oma soft, ahh
After sinnin’, we pray for forgiveness
We don dey give them a long time ago
Na when dem go con hear?
Everyday and night we dey find the dough
Heavenly Father, abeg
Ko d’igba tinba ti ku
Before you remember say the boy dey pray
Tete bami shey
E don tey wey I dey pray (e don tey wey I dey pray)
I don do things wey you no like true true
But, family dey wait (family dey wait)
Joor, ma jen shey lasan
I must make am by force
E no go good at all
If dem ask and I no commot, ah
Listen to “Rise” by T Dollar below.