Agassi Babatunde Odusina, better known by his stage name Sneakbo, is a British rapper. His first song, "The Wave", peaked at number 48 on the UK Singles Chart and he has since released a number of top 40 hits, such as "Zim Zimma" and "Ring a Ling" between 2012 and 2013.
|Birth name||Agassi Babatunde Odusina|
|Born||Brixton, South London, England|
After releasing music for over eight years, Sneakbo released his debut album Brixton in March 2018.
Aggravated assault charges
Sneakbo spent three months incarcerated in Feltham Prison in late 2011 for threatening a woman in violation of an ASBO. Police alleged he was a boss of Brixton's GAS Gang, however this was denied by Sneakbo.
Odusina was saved from an eight-month jail sentence by his song The Wave, which had charted three weeks previously - the day of the trial was 30 November 2011 and the song had charted at #48 on 5 November 2011 - with the Judge, Ian Bourne QC, commenting "You are someone who has some talent judging by what I have read and heard about you. You are fortunate in these times to have a job and support from your manager. I'm told all this is in jeopardy if I jail you today. I hope you realise I'm giving you a chance to stay out of prison and it is up to you to comply with the conditions [to not contact his victim and to live at his manager's home in Waltham Cross, Essex".
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions|
|"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.|
As lead artist
|"The Wave"||2011||48||—||—||Non-album singles|
|"Ring a Ling"||2013||27||—||—|
(featuring S.Wavey, M.Dargg, J Boy & Bellzey)
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- Peak chart positions on the UK Independent Chart:
- For "Active": "Official Independent Singles Chart Top 50". Official Charts. Retrieved 2 March 2018.
- Peak chart positions on the UK R&B Chart: 4
- For "Active": "Official R&B Singles Chart Top 40". Official Charts. Retrieved 2 March 2018.