He was born on March 20th, 1990 in Onitsha, Anambra State. He hails from Agwu community in Enugu state in south eastern Nigeria.
Swagbag started his music career for a number of years now. He had his breakthrough in music after releasing his hit singles Ogene and Achikolo, 042 and Otu which featured top Nigerian artistes like Phyno and Flavour. The video of the songs was shot in Enugu and directed by the award-winning music director, Clarence Peters.
The hit singles gave him nomination for Best New Act to watch and best indigenous rapper at the Nigerian Entertainment Awards, MTV African Music Video Awards and City Entertainment Awards respectively.
Swagbag is creative, skillful and highly talented Igbo rapper and singer. His music has been described by many as one of the best indigenous rapper who have shot our local music to an unimaginable heights.
Swagbag has also collaborated with the key players in the music industry like Flavour, Phyno, Nigga Raw, Slowdog, Hype MC, P-Square, Tekno giving him the much fame and recognition in the industry.
His style of presentation and delivery are so unique that both the Igbos and the non Igbos alike find his kind of music interesting especially as it is often laden with pidgin English. Most Nigerians love to sit back and watch his music.
Swagbag has since produced a number of hit songs including the “Buy the Bar” alongside Nigerian rapper, Falz the bad Guy and “Landlord” which not only shot him to global recognition, but won him a nomination at the Headies.
Other Awards and Nominations include:
• 2016 won Best Indigenous Concept in a Visual at the Nigerian Music Video Awards.
• 2017 nominated Revelation of the year at All Africa Music Awards.
• 2017 nominated Group In African Traditional of the year at All Africa Music Awards.
Most of his songs are produced by Nigerian indigenous producer, Kezklef based in Enugu State. What this simply means is less cost of production and better and huge commercial volumes for Zoro Swagbag.
His Net Worth
Zoro Swagbag is presently waxing stronger in the Nigerian music industry, rated one of the richest and most influential with a net worth of about $700,000 dollars.