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Reflex, an excellent recording and performing artist currently signed toUltimus Entertainment delivers this brilliantly crafted afro fusion song titled “Oga Shake Body” featuring self-acclaimed Port Harcourt first son and hitmaker, Duncan Mighty.

A follow up to Reflex’s debut single –Mikwere, Oga Shake Body is a common phrase/slang used in Nigeria when trying to get wealthy men to give out money and gifts.












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Sunday, 16 September 2018

Reflex – “Oga Shake Body” f. Duncan Mighty

Reflex, an excellent recording and performing artist currently signed toUltimus Entertainment delivers this brilliantly crafted afro fusion song titled “Oga Shake Body” featuring self-acclaimed Port Harcourt first son and hitmaker, Duncan Mighty.

A follow up to Reflex’s debut single –Mikwere, Oga Shake Body is a common phrase/slang used in Nigeria when trying to get wealthy men to give out money and gifts.












Click the buttons to play or pause the audio.




Download Here


Reflex, an excellent recording and performing artist currently signed toUltimus Entertainment delivers this brilliantly crafted afro fusion song titled “Oga Shake Body” featuring self-acclaimed Port Harcourt first son and hitmaker, Duncan Mighty.

A follow up to Reflex’s debut single –Mikwere, Oga Shake Body is a common phrase/slang used in Nigeria when trying to get wealthy men to give out money and gifts.












Click the buttons to play or pause the audio.




Download Here


Reflex, an excellent recording and performing artist currently signed toUltimus Entertainment delivers this brilliantly crafted afro fusion song titled “Oga Shake Body” featuring self-acclaimed Port Harcourt first son and hitmaker, Duncan Mighty.


A follow up to Reflex’s debut single –Mikwere, Oga Shake Body is a common phrase/slang used in Nigeria when trying to get wealthy men to give out money and gifts.












Click the buttons to play or pause the audio.




Download Here


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